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 Post subject: what is that ?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 2:52 pm 
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what's wrong ?




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Seems that the rendering had an issue with the cache.
Did you run into some free space issue before that ?


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Unfortunately, I cannot help.

But I hope you´ll get that wonderful pano of Jerusalem rendered soon :)
Please show it to us then.


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yes I did.
so I uninstall all the programs from C: and reinstall at F:

I just deleted the entry TEMP file it was full with autopano junk ... why is it there ?

about the picture I will show it when I will get the XXX to work it as been 2 day already ( even I haven't seen the full panorama ...yet)




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You should prevent deleting file in the TEMP folder. You did some manipulation of temporary data that autopano didn't like at all.


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In deleted after the problem accord.
I found the place in the sitting and the temp file will be in F: ( i will try run the program again)
but does the temp file is deleted automatically after the panorama is done ?


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asafmordechai wrote:
Ibut does the temp file is deleted automatically after the panorama is done ?

This is tempory memory, not temporary file. We delete them only when leaving autopano. If we do that at the end of each rendering, it will cost too much time to create them again for the next rendering. So while autopano is open, don't touch any file in the temporary folder even if nothing is currently rendering.


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Is it not worth deleting specific files relating to specific panos after the pano has finished rendering? I ask just because I now restart APG after rendering a few panos, as previously after a certain number it would run out of free drive space for scratch. Not tried this in 2.5 as already used to restarting. Also, this is just a nice to have, not important as restarting takes seconds.

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Don't delete anything. It's temporary storage that could be reused for the next rendering during same session.
BTW : they will be deleted when leaving. If there is a crash, we even do a clean at startup. So when autopano is not launched, this folder should be empty.


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this is what happen, I had 3-4 crashes so the HD was full.


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still having problem...
i installed again and redirect the temp file to F...




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Is the F: a local disk or a network disk ?


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