Error When I Try To Trainee Objects. Ez-builder Crashes

 
#1

A Video is better as 1000 words.

#2

I see - please select an area that is within the image boundaries.

I will add an error message if an area outside of image boundaries is selected in a future release. It apparently currently crashes.

Also, please do not select bug reports as REQUESTING ASSISTANCE. Requesting Assistance is for the reasons stated in the description, not for bug reports. I monitor bug reports Smile. Requesting Assistance is for asking others users to help you achieve something.

#3

This message will appear when an area is selected outside of the visible image dimensions on future release of EZ-Builder.

User-inserted image

In the meantime, do not select areas that exceed the image dimensions

#4

I will press conversation in future.
I thought you had to press REQUESTING ASSISTANCE,
when I need help.
My English is not so good and I work a lot with google translator.

To my pale.
I click into the image of the camera.
I can not get a range displayed.
How can I be outside the camera area,
Although I click into the picture?
You can see in the video exactly where I click.
Do I have the wrong camera resolution?
I have repeated this process 10 times.
Apparently the area of my mouse is outside the picture,
Although I work with it.

#5

It might be the resolution as well. Let me take a look and see if 640x480 causes issues but i haven't been able to reproduce it yet.

#6

Also, i should add that 640x480 is a poor performing resolution for video processing. Find out why here: http://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Help.aspx?id=80

The default value of 320x240 is recommended and will provide better performance.

#7

Thanks for the tip with the resolution.
I'll remember that.

I have just experimented with the resolution.
If I make the resolution smaller, get the red selection window.
I had already wondered and thought all the time the instructions are older.

If I make the resolution 640x480,
The selection window is far right at the bottom.
At 640x480 I have to press the upper left into the camera,
To have a window at the bottom right.

But it is a little difficult in all resolutions,
A window to get the right position.

Is the camera interpolated in this resolution?
This might explain this mistake.

Here is the resolutiontest for tracking.
I hope this can help you.

#8

Yeah - I see what is happening with 640x480. I'll take a look at resolving that. However, in the meantime use 320x240