here a short update. This phenomenon is happen today again. In this case with a "normal" panorama. What happend: I start rendering a panorama and after that I start importing a new panorama (via papywizzard), after that I make some viewpoint correction and start rendering the panorama. After 12 hours the first panorama stops rendering at the color-adjustment step. I stop it, start APG 3.5 again load the two panoramas and after 3 hours both are done.
May it helps.
Please tell us about your hardware!
PS: for explaining my question - 4GB RAM or 8GB RAM can cause issues depending on the project.
Also a slow HD resp. only one HD can cause these issues.
I suggest to use at least
8GB and a fast extra
HD for the temp files or - much better - more RAM and
a fast extra
alone for rthe temp files.
But other parts of the hardware naturally also have a meaning . .
Also to take into account is the nature of the images: RAW, TIFF or JPG? Size? To use 240 RAWs from a D800 means to need VERY much RAM and a fast machine.
Better processing RAWs to TIFFs or to JPGs prior
to stitching. APG then has a much more easy job running the stitch.