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help! large project
« on: July 21, 2016, 11:57:59 AM »
hi dear
i am already registered here
and i began the new project that want to create an orthophoto from my arround streets near my work place
i captured the photoes bu quadcopter recently and try to capture every thing
right now i have about 10000 pictures and need to assemble them
i try the photo scan iand thing can work with that
i have a strong server case here and have no limit for process
just need help about reducing the process time
as you know when i try to capture the ground by quadcopter i should capture from low height
the height of the cammera was about 50 meters and vertically at all
can i process every parcell seperately and after that join all finnished project togeather?
thanks for your help

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Re: help! large project
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2016, 01:44:55 PM »
Hello mojtaba.resmanchi,

What kind of hardware do you have available for the processing?
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Alexey Pasumansky,
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Re: help! large project
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2016, 10:06:04 PM »
yeah i have HP DL380 Generation 7 Silver Series Server with these details


 (2) Intel® Xeon® X5650 (2.66GHz/6-Core/12MB/95W)
 96 GB (12 x 8GB) PC3-10600R (DDR3-1333)  Registered DIMMs. NOTE:  18 DDR3 DIMM  slots. Max Memory: 384GB. HP Banded RAM. Part Number- 501536-001
Network Controller:   
Two HP NC382i Dual Port Gigabit Server Adapters (4 x 1Gb Ports)
Storage Controller:   
HP Smart Array P410i/1GB Controller (integrated) w/ Battery Backup
Hard Drive: 
 (8) HP 1.2TB 6G SAS 10K rpm SFF (2.5-inch) Dual Port Enterprise.
Internal Storage: 
 8 SFF SAS/SATA (2.5”) HDD Bays
Optical Drive:
Expansion Slots:
  (3) 1 Full-Height x16 and 2 Half-Height x8 PCI-Express
 Power Supplies:
 (2) 750W Common Slot Gold Hot Plug Power Supply, Redundant