Re: More images that make hugin freeze
Greg 'groggy' Lehey <groogled <at> gmail.com>
2012-06-24 04:54:17 GMT
On Saturday, 23 June 2012 at 19:48:15 -0700, nick wrote:
> On Saturday, June 23, 2012 2:23:05 AM UTC-4, Groogle wrote:
>> On Friday, 22 June 2012 at 21:26:49 -0700, nick wrote:
>>> Thanks for your help.
>>> It seems like the windows version is simply out of date compared to the
>>> linux version so I won't bother posting any more crash reports.
>> Without giving more details, you can't say that.
> Sure I can. I gave the precise files that cause the crash and the exact
> steps needed to reproduce the error along with the exact operating system
> and hugin version I'm using.
Your version is between mine and Terry's IIRC.
> Load those images and hit align. It crashes.
It works for me. It works for Terry.
> What more do you need?
I asked you for the control point detector, and also to try
alternatives. In case you're not sure how to do that, go to File ->
Preferences -> Control Point Detectors.
>>> MS ICE does almost as good a job as hugin and it's never crashed on
>>> me so I think I'll just start using that until I see the windows
>>> version of hugin is up to date and possibly fixed.
>> Hugin has never crashed on me. As Terry says, if you're having
>> problems, there are people who are willing to help. But for that you
>> need to give more details.
> Hugin has crashed spectacularly in a wide variety of ways on me,
> often when playing around with different projections. I haven't
> bothered posting about those because the bugs I've posted so far
> haven't been looked at.
The bugs you have reported here are insufficiently documented. When
people try to help you, you don't answer.
> Maybe in a month or two I'll check out hugin again and see if it's
> got a new version. If so I'll post the bugs I find to the bug
> tracker that was linked to in this thread since posting bugs to this
> group doesn't seem very fruitful.
Posting bugs to the bug tracker won't help much either unless you give
Another observation: the images you supplied weren't the easiest for
Hugin to handle. The clouds ones had significant parallax, and the
studio ones had both parallax and focus issues. Clearly it's not your
intention to use these as finished photos, but it would be interesting
to know if you have the same issues with photos you really need to
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