Further to my previous topic “cannot process dataset” - due to image quality -
I have been attempting a ~10 000 image project on winwebodm to generate ortho, dsm, dtm and 3d model. I am running winwebodm on an amd 5950x / 128gb ram / 2tb ssd / windows 10.
Processing parameters: build-overviews: true, camera-lens: brown, crop: 0, debug: true, dsm: true, dtm: true, feature-quality: ultra, mesh-size: 250000, min-num-features: 10000, orthophoto-kmz: true, orthophoto-png: true, pc-classify: true, pc-csv: true, pc-ept: true, pc-geometric: true, pc-las: true, pc-quality: ultra, pc-rectify: true, rerun-from: opensfm, split: 2500, use-hybrid-bundle-adjustment: true, verbose: true
I was unsuccessful to process the whole set of images (see previous post) and began a new attempt splitting into sets of 2500 images. After 248 hours the process exited with only the message - “processing failed (3221225477)”.
for console log and others.
What a terrible waste of processing effort. I otherwise could have mined a few bitcoin.
What strategy do you suggest to succeed?
Aside from the undue length of time, the cpu and memory didnt seem to be taxed too greatly, seldom exceeding 20% during matching and reconstructing. At times only 50 - 60 images processed per hour. Your comments on efficient use of resources?
one more thing - does the program need an internet connection at any stage of processing? I want to stop all internet\security related processes on windows