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Crash on macOS apple silicon while making a mosaic


(@svdwal)
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This is the java crash

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Encountered error in module:
OverlapBetweenTwoImageObjectsCreatorWorker

Error message:
java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 1

Cause:
1
java.awt.image.ComponentSampleModel.getSampleDouble(ComponentSampleModel.java:872)
java.awt.image.Raster.getSampleDouble(Raster.java:1690)
G.a(Unknown Source)
G.doInBackground(Unknown Source)

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This happens in Step 5, Normalize, OpenGL 4 mode

In CPU mode there is a similar crash but with less info

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Encountered error in module:
OverlapBetweenTwoImageObjectsCreatorWorker

Error message:
java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException

Cause:
null
no trace

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(@vincent-mod)
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Thanks for posting the error, could you also provide more details on your system (OS etc), as well as your data workflow that led up to this error? What kind of data are you processing?


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(@svdwal)
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Apple Silicon MacBook Air with macOS Monterey 12.1. Both APP 1.083.1 and APP 1.083.2

Four images, one RGB with a Canon 1100d, One h-alpha, one OIII, one h-beta. The RGB one is calibrated, stacked and processed, the narrow band ones are calibrated and stacked.Finding stars works fine.  Both setting the RGB and the h-alpha ones as reference frame produce the errors early in phase 4, I did not try the other ones.

The RGB image looks weird in registration mode, a parallelogram with very uneven height. The h-alpha as reference was less distorted.


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(@vincent-mod)
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Ah ok, so you're processing RGB with narrowband data. That is not possible, yet. What you want to do is to first extract the channels from the RGB data to R, G and B mono data. Then you can load those together with the other narrowband data. We do want to make this more obvious then just an error like this. 😉


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