Fused panorama shows bright lines

Reported by T-Lo on 2011-04-18
This bug report is a duplicate of:  Bug #685105: enblend fails to blend large pano. Edit Remove
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Hugin
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Bug Description

Hello,

In encountered this problem everytime I wanted to create HDR (enfuse) panoramas. Normally I create big panoramas (100-200 shots). The example (see attachment and don't mind the stitching errors ;)) is a cutout of a panorama with 3 different exposures for each image (alltogether 414 images, tripod used). The brigther lines are, as far as I can see, at the crossover between the different rows. Strangely there are no vertical lines visible.

I could check if this lines occure in multirow panoramas in general or if they appear du to the amount of images or what ever you want me to test. I could even fuse the images before stitching, but then I wouldn't use this cool feature of hugin.

Best regards,

T-Lo

T-Lo (ausserirdischer) wrote :
Bruno Postle (brunopostle) wrote :

Hi, this is a known bug in enblend/enfuse that affects very large images. You can workaround it by setting enblend image cache parameters, see https://bugs.launchpad.net/enblend/+bug/685881

Hello!
I've had the same problem (may be?) with a Pavillion, 3GHz, 2Gb RAM. Some vertical colored lines apppeared when I worked with photo things. When I heard the price for a new graphic card for my notebook I changed it. I hope You can solve your problem otherwise. Ciao

Yuv (yuv) on 2011-04-29
Changed in enblend:
status: New → Confirmed
Changed in hugin:
status: New → Confirmed
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