I’m trying to create a 3D model from ~80 pictures that I took with my DJI Mini 2 and the it seems that something wrong is happening because the “Decimated faces” step takes forever.
This is my current log after being running for 1 hour:
Decimated faces 5336841 (23.98%, 15m54s, ETA 50m)…
[498 similar lines in the middle…]
Decimated faces 6272218 (28.18%, 34m29s, ETA 1h27m)…
As you can see, it seems to get stuck or going slower as the time passes.
I’m using the default options. The machine is: 16GB RAM 2666Hz, CPU Intel i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz, 256GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Windows 10 Pro.
As I’m using Docker with WSL2, 6 cores and 8GB are allocated to the Docker containers, and the swapFile is located at the HDD, not the SSD.
I kind of feel that the task is taking more than it should, because a few weeks ago I tried WebODM in a MacBook Pro 2021, and it was able to generate the 3D model using ~200 pictures in around 90 minutes. I don’t expect the same performance in this computer, as it is worse, but I believe this task using 76 pictures should be done by now.
Maybe allocating the swap file in the SSD could improve this? What are your thoughts?
Thanks and kind regards!
Another 75 minutes of processing (2h and 15 minutes in total) and this is the last line of the output log:
Decimated faces 6599533 (29.65%, 1h46m27s, ETA 4h12m)…