First Map - Failed - [ERROR] Not enough supported images in /var/www/data

I’m having trouble using WebODM for my first set of drone imagery. If Anyone can walk me through it, I would appreciate it. My number is 515 745 7588. My email is The data is here: A screen shot of my error is here: odm_error2

I’m using Chrome. I installed using WebODM_Setup_x64.exe… there were no errors and no complications. I’m using 7 GB of my 16 GB of memory. I’ve tried changing a number of the parameters and settings.

[INFO] DTM is turned on, automatically turning on point cloud classification
[INFO] Initializing OpenDroneMap app - Sun Nov 24 19:28:04 2019
[INFO] ==============
[INFO] build_overviews: False
[INFO] camera_lens: auto
[INFO] cameras: {}
[INFO] crop: 3
[INFO] debug: False
[INFO] dem_decimation: 1
[INFO] dem_euclidean_map: False
[INFO] dem_gapfill_steps: 3
[INFO] dem_resolution: 5
[INFO] depthmap_resolution: 640
[INFO] dsm: True
[INFO] dtm: True
[INFO] end_with: odm_orthophoto
[INFO] fast_orthophoto: False
[INFO] force_gps: False
[INFO] gcp: None
[INFO] ignore_gsd: False
[INFO] matcher_distance: 0
[INFO] matcher_neighbors: 8
[INFO] max_concurrency: 5
[INFO] merge: all
[INFO] mesh_octree_depth: 9
[INFO] mesh_point_weight: 4
[INFO] mesh_samples: 1.0
[INFO] mesh_size: 100000
[INFO] min_num_features: 8000
[INFO] mve_confidence: 0.6
[INFO] name: eef410cd-8028-4b6c-9d70-987c24c5b8be
[INFO] opensfm_depthmap_method: PATCH_MATCH
[INFO] opensfm_depthmap_min_consistent_views: 3
[INFO] opensfm_depthmap_min_patch_sd: 1
[INFO] orthophoto_compression: DEFLATE
[INFO] orthophoto_cutline: False
[INFO] orthophoto_no_tiled: False
[INFO] orthophoto_resolution: 5
[INFO] pc_classify: True
[INFO] pc_csv: False
[INFO] pc_ept: False
[INFO] pc_filter: 2.5
[INFO] pc_las: False
[INFO] pc_sample: 0
[INFO] project_path: /var/www/data
[INFO] rerun: None
[INFO] rerun_all: False
[INFO] rerun_from: [‘dataset’, ‘split’, ‘merge’, ‘opensfm’, ‘mve’, ‘odm_filterpoints’, ‘odm_meshing’, ‘mvs_texturing’, ‘odm_georeferencing’, ‘odm_dem’, ‘odm_orthophoto’]
[INFO] resize_to: 2048
[INFO] skip_3dmodel: False
[INFO] sm_cluster: None
[INFO] smrf_scalar: 1.25
[INFO] smrf_slope: 0.15
[INFO] smrf_threshold: 0.5
[INFO] smrf_window: 18.0
[INFO] split: 999999
[INFO] split_overlap: 150
[INFO] texturing_data_term: gmi
[INFO] texturing_keep_unseen_faces: False
[INFO] texturing_nadir_weight: 16
[INFO] texturing_outlier_removal_type: gauss_clamping
[INFO] texturing_skip_global_seam_leveling: False
[INFO] texturing_skip_hole_filling: False
[INFO] texturing_skip_local_seam_leveling: False
[INFO] texturing_skip_visibility_test: False
[INFO] texturing_tone_mapping: none
[INFO] time: False
[INFO] use_3dmesh: False
[INFO] use_exif: False
[INFO] use_fixed_camera_params: False
[INFO] use_hybrid_bundle_adjustment: False
[INFO] use_opensfm_dense: False
[INFO] verbose: False
[INFO] ==============
[INFO] Running dataset stage
[INFO] Loading dataset from: /var/www/data/eef410cd-8028-4b6c-9d70-987c24c5b8be/images
[ERROR] Not enough supported images in /var/www/data/eef410cd-8028-4b6c-9d70-987c24c5b8be/images

You need to convert your images to JPG. TIFF files are not supported (yet). Support for those is coming soon.

Hi Piero, Thank you very much!

Do I need to convert with a third party software or can you do this with ODM software?

Need a third party software. Usually many camera vendors provide it.

Thanks i am using the pil python library. Thanks for your help.