I am trying to Photosynth a large pano created by ICE (about 94000x13000 pixels). I set an environment variable named ICE_CACHE_LOCATION to a folder on a disk drive having about 65 GB free disk space (before that Photosynth aborted saying it needs 40 GB). I can see that ICE is using this folder for its temp files. The operation was aborted with the following error message:
Could not publish Photosynth. Error Code 0x800700E at 40% process. Can any one help?
I also failed in saving this pano to a Tiff file. This operation was aborted at 95% completion. I repeated it several time without success. Is there anything I can do?
Idid succeede to save a DeepZoom tileset, though.
You could also try asking on the ICE forum.
I assume that you already know that you can also customise the TEMP environment variable which Photosynth (and many other programs) uses, if disk space on your primary installation drive is running short. You probably want to copy the contents of your current TEMP folder to the new location after you edit the path.
Thanks, I followed your suggestion and asked this question on the ICE forum.
My C drive, where the Temp variable points, has about 30 GB free space.
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