When running enblend with --visualize and path debugging, the program
crashes. The effect is stat output suddenly stops, and when I click the Hugin
windows, a message pops up that the program is not responding, then that it had
crashed. Most unfortunately the log is not saved then! (I made a screen shot of
the window when output had stopped.
However when only using --visualize, the program does not crash. Maybe there is
some LZW issue, because for the same image sometimes an LZW warning ("enblend:
error: Deflate compression support is not configured") appears, while it does
not with a different --dijkstra parameter.
Still with different dijkstra parameters there is always a severe artefact in
the resulting image.
Attached is a demonstration of layering the mapped images in GIMP
without enblend, so you can see that there are no severe problems in the
whole panorama. Another image shows the mapped images and the
corresponding vis-files and the artefact with some annotation by myself
I'm rather clueless what to do.
** Attachment added: "Results of further debugging attempts"
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"enblend: warning: unable to run Dijkstra optimizer" for large
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Reported for Hugin on Windows (32-bit version of Hugin):
I suspect it's an enblend bug. I'm no expert on enblend, so I could use some
help how to diagnose, isolate and fix the problem.
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