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Subject: Re: how should hugin interact with plugins?
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On 17 Mrz., 11:33, Gnome Nomad <gnomeno...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hmm, I've created 750MB TIFFs on a 32-bit Linux system that has only 2GB
> of memory ... I guess Windows is different.
What makes you think I'm on Windows? Im runnung Kububtu 10.10
But I did a focus stack with enfuse from three 30 megapixel 16 bit
images. Well near the limit. When I used about 40 megapixels per
source image it became impossible. I doubt you'd manage that with 2GB,
but if you do please tell me how you did it ;-)