I've just upgraded my FreeBSD system from 32 bit to 64 bits, and I'm
seeing some strange problems. I've compared the following versions:
(Old) Pre-Release 2011.3.0.478a71d71f90 on FreeBSD i386 (32 bits)
(New) 2011.4.0.cf9be9344356 on FreeBSD amd64 (64 bits)
I used identically the same images as input and found the following
- panomatic (my previous control point detector of choice) comes up
with really bad matches. On the 32 bit version I got 581 control
points, a mean error of 1.8 pixels and a maximum error of 5.4
pixels. On amd64 I got a mean error of 6.0 and a maximum error of
373.0 pixels. I rebuilt panomatic (proved to be the same version)
and got 5.1 and 243.2.
- nona crashes at random with a bus error:
nona -z LZW -r ldr -m TIFF_m -o 00-26 -i 2 /var/tmp/huginpto_QTZdj0
nona -z LZW -r ldr -m TIFF_m -o 00-26 -i 3 /var/tmp/huginpto_QTZdj0
nona -z LZW -r ldr -m TIFF_m -o 00-26 -i 4 /var/tmp/huginpto_QTZdj0
gmake: *** [00-260004.tif] Bus error: 10 (core dumped)
This doesn't happen in the same place every time. I've been able to
get all 27 images to stitch by repeating the invocation from a
- I can't get cpfind to work. I suspect I might have a path error,
but the align window closes before I can read the error message. If
anybody can tell me how to get hugin to store the log files
somewhere where I can find them later, I'd be grateful.
I'm still playing around with the software to see what's going on, but
if anybody has any suggestions, or if this seems familiar, I'd be
grateful for feedback.
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