hbl | 1 Jul 03:06 2009
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Hugin cannot open images--the cause


Hugin has been closing unexectedly on 'load images'.  The cause is
Microsoft Data Execution Prevention service.

According to Microsoft, "DEP works alone or with compatible
microprocessors to mark some memory locations as "non-executable." If
a program tries to run code from a protected location, DEP closes the
program and notifies you, whether the code is malicious or not."

I don't know what the solution is.  My system refuses to allow an
exception for Hugin.
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hbl | 1 Jul 03:58 2009
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Re: Hugin cannot open images--the cause


More info:  To run Hugin without interference from DEP, run this
command as admin:  bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff

To turn DEP on, change AlwaysOff to AlwaysOn.  This is not desirable.
There must be a reason DEP is being triggered.

Unfortunately, the stitching process still resulted in an enblend
precondition error.  The log will be put into the bug tracker.

On Jun 30, 8:06 pm, hbl <hblar... <at> comcast.net> wrote:
> Hugin has been closing unexectedly on 'load images'.  The cause is
> Microsoft Data Execution Prevention service.
>
> According to Microsoft, "DEP works alone or with compatible
> microprocessors to mark some memory locations as "non-executable." If
> a program tries to run code from a protected location, DEP closes the
> program and notifies you, whether the code is malicious or not."
>
> I don't know what the solution is.  My system refuses to allow an
> exception for Hugin.
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T. Modes | 1 Jul 07:23 2009
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Re: some minor GUI ideas


On 30 Jun., 13:08, Yuv <goo... <at> levy.ch> wrote:
> not exactly that, but I applied a patch that will change the color /
> filling depending on the quality - from red to orange to green like a
> semaphore :)
>
> SVN3975
>
> I needed a test case for <http://code.google.com/p/nautilussvn/> -
> first impression: the functionality is there :)
>

Hi Yuv,

I don't like the gradient fill in the bar. It's too much color,
especially red.

When there is only a small CP error the bar is green, yellow and red.
The red is for me a sign for a warning, but there is all alright.

Also it is more difficult to distinguish between the different image
pairs because all have the some colors. I've used green and red like a
traffic light to get a fast overview about the CP errors. With the
gradient this isn't so easy because all bars have the some colors and
you have to look twice to see the difference.

I think the single-colored bar is better. Maybe we can use three
colors - red, yellow and green.

Thomas
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finbref.2006 | 1 Jul 08:51 2009
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Re: some minor GUI ideas


> > * set jpeg as default output format for panoramas, not tif

> I would like Hugin to defaultly
> save in the input format.

I agree, this is even better!

> > * add a matix of fitting quality of images: the image in column i fits
> > to image in row j with "quality" a_ij. set a_ij to zero/grey if the do
> > not have control points in common. the red entries in this matrix are
> > the places when I probably should improve by adding ctrl pts hand

> Also, a click at a_ij would mean go to control-point editor with left
> image i and right image j.

good point, I second this ;)

> > * in the crop tool of the fast preview add this functionality:
> > doubleclick (left) sets the left (/upper/right/lower) crop side to the
> > leftmost "black" pixel, ie everything left from this line has at least
> > one colored pixel. a right doubleclick sets it such that there is at
> > least one colored pixel to the right and none to the left.

> No other program does "right doubleclick".

Okay, then let's say shift + click or so.

Thank you for all your positive reactions,
Thomas
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Bruno Postle | 1 Jul 12:09 2009
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Fwd: PanoTools Meeting 2009 - Timisoara, Romania


----- Forwarded message from Ian Wood <panolists <at> azurevision.co.uk> -----

Hello all,

This is a reminder that the 2009 PanoTools meeting takes place in
Timisoara, Romania, from Monday 10th August to Thursday 13th August.

If you are planning to come, please join the PT Meeting list at:
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/panotools-meeting/

Then add yourself to the table of attendees:
http://tinyurl.com/ptm-2009

Details for the hotel that most people are staying at are here:
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/panotools-meeting/message/1337

Looking forward to meeting up,

Ian

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Yuval Levy | 1 Jul 12:39 2009
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Re: some minor GUI ideas


T. Modes wrote:
> I think the single-colored bar is better. Maybe we can use three
> colors - red, yellow and green.

agree on single-colored bar.

For now I've kept the nuance of the colors from the gradient.

I am still not 100% happy - an improvement could be to move away from 
the linear color scale (as now) to an exponential or logarithmic one.

Yuv

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Yuval Levy | 1 Jul 13:57 2009
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Re: hugin-0.8.0_rc4 released


thanks for the extra info, Rick.

I obviously did not understand your report right.

So the whole Align procedure worked well, the window with the output of 
autopano-c closed, "Loading images..." appeared in the status bar at the 
bottom of the window and then crash came?

Yuv

RueiKe wrote:
> Here are the observations I made about the error in a June 3rd posting
> in the "OpenGL Slow" thread:
> 
>    I have just tried to load and align a project that I had
> succesfully
>    processed using SVN3884.  I found that with SVN3906, I get an
>    "unhandled exception" after choosing "Align" from the assistant
> tab,
>    during the "Loading images..." stage.
> 
> "Loading Images" happens pretty late in the "Align" sequence of
> events.
> 
> Also, to be more accurate in my previous post, almost all of the panos
> with the error have been 360x180, but the 76 image pano was not.
> 
> Regards,
> Rick
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RueiKe | 1 Jul 14:15 2009
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Re: hugin-0.8.0_rc4 released


I have just loaded SVN3975 and found that it still has the same
issues.  I tried a couple other things to more fully document the
issue.

1) If I open my recently completed large pano by double clicking on
the pto file, hugin will crash right after loading the images and
opening a blank quick preview window.
2) If I start hugin first (no preview window is open) and then use the
open project option to open the same file, it opens without error.  If
I then press the align button, it will crash during the "Loading
Images..." stage.
3) If I start hugin first (no preview window is open), then use the
open project option to open the same file, and then open the quick
preview window, the preview window will be blank, all white, after it
has finished loading all images.  If I then open the regular preview
window, I get a "Bad Allocation" error.
4) If I start hugin first (no preview window is open), then use the
open project option to open the same file, and then open the regular
preview window, the preview window will have a black area the size of
the pano, and I get a "Bad Allocation" error.
5) If I start hugin first (no preview window is open), then use the
open project option to open the same file, and then choose "Optimize
Everything" from the optimizer tab, it completes optimization with no
error.  If I then optimze low dynamic range in the exposure tab, I get
and unhandled exception error.

Hope this helps.
Rick

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hbl | 1 Jul 17:03 2009
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Re: hugin installer for Windows Vista SVN 3975


Ad, I installed this release on a Toshiba notebook running Windows
Vista sp1.  The Data Execution Protection feature is closing the app.
This is common to all versions since 7.0. Are you or anyone else able
to test using a PC running native Windows Vista?

On Jun 30, 3:46 pm, Ad Huikeshoven <ad.huikesho... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Please find a new hugin installer for Windows Vista based on SVN revision
> 3975 athttp://hugin.huikeshoven.org/
>
> Ad Huikeshoven
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hbl | 1 Jul 18:03 2009
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Re: Hugin cannot open images--the cause


I spoke too soon.  Hugin is still triggering an exception outside of
DEP.

On Jun 30, 8:58 pm, hbl <hblar... <at> comcast.net> wrote:
> More info:  To run Hugin without interference from DEP, run this
> command as admin:  bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff
>
> To turn DEP on, change AlwaysOff to AlwaysOn.  This is not desirable.
> There must be a reason DEP is being triggered.
>
> Unfortunately, the stitching process still resulted in an enblend
> precondition error.  The log will be put into the bug tracker.
>
> On Jun 30, 8:06 pm, hbl <hblar... <at> comcast.net> wrote:
>
> > Hugin has been closing unexectedly on 'load images'.  The cause is
> > Microsoft Data Execution Prevention service.
>
> > According to Microsoft, "DEP works alone or with compatible
> > microprocessors to mark some memory locations as "non-executable." If
> > a program tries to run code from a protected location, DEP closes the
> > program and notifies you, whether the code is malicious or not."
>
> > I don't know what the solution is.  My system refuses to allow an
> > exception for Hugin.
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