When I try to render Hi Res pano (about 9000x27000 pix) in PSB 16 bits, an error message appears "No enough space on the destination disk...", obviously there is enough space (my destination folder is on the partition called HD), see attached pictures. I'm trying to use the demo of Autopano Giga 2.0, MacBook Pro 2.16 GHz OS 10.5.7, Ram 2 GB, HD 320 GB 7200 rpm 2 partitions : 1 called "systeme" about 80 GB for the OS and the applications, the other one called "HD", about 220 GB used as working disk and temporary files. APG is installed on the "systeme" partition. I tried the same render after installing APG on the HD partition: same result. Same result using an external FireWire big Hard Drive. I mean Autopana Giga only have the use of the free space on the system partition. Am I doing anything wrong ? Does this problem vanished when using the commercial full app ?
When I read your answer, I was smiling. Because setting the preferences was my first action when I launched APG. (I'm an user of QTVRAS and Stitcher for years) But, anyway, I gave a chance to your suggestion. I launched the App, check that the Temp File was set to HD (so was it already), launched the process and ... it worked. I checked once more with another file : still working.
This was a couple of days agos. Since then, I cannot anymore render large size panoramas. See embeded picture. the problem remains the same. Any idea ?
Last edited by christian creutz (2009-06-06 15:27:46)
if it only comes up when using the smartblend option then its definately an issue of how much space the temporary files are taking up. Next time you run it keep an eye on the size of your temporary folder and you might be suprised. The only solution (bar using a different blending option) is to find more disk space, or render at a lower resolution.
Well, looking at the screenshots, I'd say APP does not keep the Temp folder setting properly. You can see it's still trying to use the Systeme disk and not the HD one (only 35 gigs of free space - the same amount you have on Systeme).
Maybe you should try uninstall, delete the preferences, install? I don't know, never had this problem.
Another thing I see is that APP says the problem disk is "Volumes", but it should say "Volumes/Systeme", which probably *is* a bug. Let's hope for feedback from Alexandre!