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The thing is that in most cases the images are intended for mass viewing so it's impossible to adjust everybody's computer. At least they work (in my case) if under 202KB Oleg March > > Message: 2 > Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2001 10:08:41 +0200 > From: Helmut Dersch <email@hidden> > To: Noor Alamshah Bolhassan <email@hidden> > CC: email@hidden > Subject: Re: Dersch's PTPicker software: Memory? > > Noor Alamshah Bolhassan schrieb: > > > > Dear all friends, > > > > I'm using Prof. Dersch's PTPicker software for stitching two (or more) > > fisheye images to equirectangular panoramic image. > > Unfortunately I can only use it for small/medium size of images (VGA size). > > If I want to use images with bigger size, the second image will not be able > > to display. > > Does anyone know why? Is there something wrong with the memory? > > You need to increase Java memory. On PCs and Unix this is > accomplished by using the option "-Xmx" when invoking the > Java Runtime. Eg the command "javaw.exe -jar -Xmx128m ptpicker.jar" > calls ptpicker with 128MByte of memory on PCs. This can > be set as default in Windows Explorer. > > On Macs this is more difficult. > > Regards > > Helmut Dersch > > --__--__- [demime 0.98b removed an attachment of type text/x-vcard which had a name of olegm.vcf]
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