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 memory error during batch processing 
cheerioboy


Joined: 15 Mar 2007
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I get memory errors every 169 frames of processing. I don't know if there are any tips and tricks for this but in my latest testing and playing around with DOF pro I get this error. I processed a 500 frame sequence and every 169 frames, from 0 - 168, 169 - 337, to finally finishing.

both source and depth map images are .jpg
sized both at 640 x 360.

anyone else run into similar problems?

computer specs:
Dual 3.6 Xeon
4 GB RAM
Windows xp 64bit


i hate to have this problem because I really dig the effect I'm able to get from this plugin Smile
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richardrosenman
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Hi Cheerioboy;

This is in fact a bug. It has been fixed and a new build should be available shortly. Thanks for reporting it. Smile

-Richard

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martinvicanek


Joined: 23 Oct 2005
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Hi Cheerioboy, Tpp, Rob, and Pixelab,

I have good news for you: the newest DOF PRO Release 3.0.73 provides a bugfix for this problem. You can download it from this site.

Greetings
Martin

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3feet


Joined: 10 Apr 2007
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Excellent thank you. Razz
Fixed the Tga 32 bit and batch stopping @ frame 169 problem. Now i can leave it to do it's thing while i sleep.

Rob
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