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General / Re: renderer_qgl.cpp out of memory error during densification
« on: September 21, 2019, 09:23:52 AM »
I managed to solve the problem.
The computer had no updated NVidia driver.
Updating driver version from 416.81 to 436.30 the problem seems to have been resolved. Now I am not having rendering problems even if I use Windows remote desktop.

General / Re: renderer_qgl.cpp out of memory error during densification
« on: September 15, 2019, 10:55:41 AM »
Hi khear012 and Alexey.
I'm having exactly the same problem. Usually this problem has been happening to me when I have performed operations with relatively complex drawing (like textured mesh).
But it seems that with last update (version 1.5.5 build 9097 64 bits), problem increases. I had never suffered this problem before during photo alignment but now I have.
Like khedar012 I am using Microsoft Remote Desktop. I agree that is a problem of rendering of MRD. But I feel comfortable with this application and I wish I could continue using it.
Could someone give me some clue on how to configure MRD to solve this problem?
Otherwise, what would be the best remote control application to solve this problem?
I include a log text file with the problem. As you can see alignment process ends well, but fails as soon as the application tries to redraw.

Version 1.5.3 works fine.
Thank you very much.

 Hello Alexey.

I have send by email minimal project reproducing the issue.
Metashape version used is
As a curiosity, if in the same project I uncheck 'Calculate point colors' option, 'Calculate Dense Cloud' tool works fine.
Thanks for your help.

I have had a look to this post: , describing a error with a multispectral camera rig.
I have got a similar problem using a rigid camera rig. In my case, it is not a rig with multispectral cameras but a rig with 5 RGB cameras: one oriented vertically (master) and four oblique (slaves). It is similar but not exactly equal to this device: Leica RCD30 Oblique (see attached file).

Alignment works fine and I got good results for residuals and offsets of master and slave cameras. Particularly offsets angles of oblique cameras look good. 

But when I try to build dense cloud point, I get error: "Image size mismatch error".

Obviously in my case is not problem of difference of resolution between cameras but really overlap between images of same rig is limited (see attached image).

Is there a solution for, with Agisoft Metashape, assign a device like this, as a rigid camera rig?.

Thank in advance.

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