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Offline ballyhoo

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Error message at end of batch pre-proc script.
« on: 2019 April 10 20:12:57 »
Has anyone run into this before?

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Re: Error message at end of batch pre-proc script.
« Reply #1 on: 2019 April 10 21:22:21 »
Yes--I get lots of errors--when I use DBE I get memory read errors that require me to reboot the computer.  It happened once after BPP--I just ran iot again and it worked.  If they can't duplicate the problem, they will not provide any guidance. 
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Re: Error message at end of batch pre-proc script.
« Reply #2 on: 2019 April 11 02:41:59 »
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Has anyone run into this before?

This happens because your raw frames don't include supported metadata to describe the Bayer pattern used by your camera. On the BPP script, enable the 'CFA images' option. Then instead of the 'Auto' option for Bayer/mosaic pattern, select the correct pattern for your camera (typically, RGGB). Repeat the preprocessing task this way and this problem won't happen.
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Re: Error message at end of batch pre-proc script.
« Reply #3 on: 2019 April 11 02:43:54 »
Yes--I get lots of errors--when I use DBE I get memory read errors that require me to reboot the computer.  It happened once after BPP--I just ran iot again and it worked.  If they can't duplicate the problem, they will not provide any guidance. 
Rodd

Rodd, these problems have nothing to do with the OP's question. These issues are not reproducible under normal working conditions. They are most likely being caused by your graphics drivers.
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Re: Error message at end of batch pre-proc script.
« Reply #4 on: 2019 April 11 08:26:14 »
Yes--I get lots of errors--when I use DBE I get memory read errors that require me to reboot the computer.  It happened once after BPP--I just ran iot again and it worked.  If they can't duplicate the problem, they will not provide any guidance. 
Rodd

Rodd, these problems have nothing to do with the OP's question. These issues are not reproducible under normal working conditions. They are most likely being caused by your graphics drivers.


Thank you,

So it is likely my graphic driver? I did read that one should have a hefty computer and I haev a laptop that I believe has an integrated driver, meaning, not a powerful driver.