I do a lot of large panoramas. A typical one is 18 images, each 50MB, stitched into a 60-80K by 6K tall image. Once merged I use Adaptive Wide Angle to undistort them. From time to time that filter crashes the program, about one in five or ten. I do a few hundred of these a year.
Two days ago one crashed the program. I dutifully sent in the crash report as requested.
When I took the same images back into the panorama function they assembled but did not blend.
I tried it a second time, same thing- images that did blend before now don't blend.
I tried another set of images, same thing- no blending.
I uninstalled Ps.
I reinstalled Ps.
Tried each (old, new) neither blends.
Anyone got any ideas?
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As noted above I uninstalled and reinstalled.
The error is it won't blend. I use only Blend and Correct Geometry. Using Content Aware Fill on a big panorama is both a death wish and a vague attempt at impersonating Salvador Dali. I am shooting with a 200MM lens, so no vignette issues.
I have also tried doing smaller and smaller panoramas, it is hit or miss, I first thought it was a 64,000 pixel limit (filter) issue, but I have had images as small as 63,767 pixels wide , 2.4 GB fail, and one at 56, 500 would not blend. Some above 64,000 do blend. Again I have done hundreds of these, and been doing them for years. Some over 100,000 pixels wide before Adaptive Wide Angle. When it crashed it was after blending-Adaptive Wide Angle has always been a frequent crasher.
Then I tried reducing the height of the images to get the total size down below 2GB, but it still won't blend, even though it was only 1.5 GB, with the same 63,700 width.
When they do blend (on smaller assemblies) if I try to do Adaptive Wide Angle I get an error- something about "no virtual tiles available". If I Save As, close Ps, reopen the program and then the image I can use Adaptive Wide Angle.