[Gdal-dev] Filesize limit exceeded using Jpeg2000
sewell at dramail.com
Wed Jul 28 18:04:51 EDT 2004
1) I couldn't find any information on limits within JasPer, so I gave it
a shot :)
2) My mistake, I wasn't giving it the -of JPEG2000 option. I thought
gdal could figure it out from the extension. Using the following command:
gdal_translate -of JPEG2000 03feb22182535_ortho_sharp 03feb22182535_ortho_sharp.jp2
I get the following:
Input file size is 22920, 28830
0...10...20...30.ERROR 1: Unable to write scanline 0 of the component 1.
The first file is in ENVI format (which works great now, thanks alot).
3) Yes, VSI_LARGE_API_SUPPORTED is defined to 1.
I forgot to mention it but the system I'm running on is Suse linux 9.1, so
the kernel is a fairly recent 2.6. Thanks.
Ken Sewell Defense Research Associates
Project Engineer 3915 Germany Lane, Suite 102
937-431-1644 Beavercreek, Ohio 45431-1608
sewell at dramail.com
On Wed, 28 Jul 2004, Frank Warmerdam wrote:
> Ken Sewell wrote:
> > I'm running on the latest GDAL CVS and I'm trying to convert a file that
> > is about 4-5G into a .jp2 As soon as the .jp2 file reaches 2G in size I
> > get this error:
> > Input file size is 22920, 28830
> > 0...10...20...30...40...50..ERROR 1:
> > TIFFAppendToStrip:03feb22182535_ortho_sharp.jp2: Write error at scanline
> > 18017
> > ERROR 1: TIFFWriteScanline failed.
> > Filesize limit exceeded
> > My system certainly supports large files, so I'm assuming its a gdal or
> > jasper issue. I have gdal compiled against the hacked jasper
> > ( jasper-1.701.0.uuid ). Any ideas? Thanks.
> First, I don't think you can practically produce JP2 files of this size
> using JasPer. As far as I know it needs to hold everything in RAM. You
> normally need the JP2KAK driver to produce large JP2 files.
> Second, are you sure you are writting in JP2 format? It is in the middle
> of the TIFF driver where you run into problems. What was the command you
> Third, is VSI_LARGE_API_SUPPORTED defined to 1 in gdal/port/cpl_config.h?
> If not, you won't be able to operate on files larger than 4GB. If it is
> and you are unable to product TIFF files in the 2-4GB range there is an
> issue I would like to look into.
> Best regards,
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