Composite - Internal error creating lcms transform

Moderator: jsachs

Post Reply
davidh
Posts: 795
Joined: June 9th, 2009, 2:16 am

Composite - Internal error creating lcms transform

Post by davidh »

1. Use Composite, Dispay Input and Preview Side by Side
2. Load an Overlay image, do not click OK
3. Move the Browser vertical divider line either way
4. When the Composite window reappears, click the Ov button to switch to Overlay image -> you got the Internal error creating lcms transform,
(also the Synchronize scrolling button disappears even though the Side by Side buton is ON)

Another scenario:
Select Alignment other than None
3. Move the Browser vertical divider line either way
4. Click the Ov button to switch to Overlay image
5. Move the Browser vertical divider line again
6. When the Composite window reappears, click the Ov button again -> you get no error but the left preview shows distorted - Can be refreshed by moving the divider or any of the nods.
(The Synchronize scrolling button disappears)


One more scenario: (inserting a nod move between divider and Ov button)
Select Alignment other than None
3. Move the Browser vertical divider line either way
4. When the Composite window reappears, move any of the nods
5. Click the Ov button to switch to Overlay image -> no error, no distortion
(The Synchronize scrolling button disappears)

In each scenario the Synchronize scrolling button disappears after Ov button is turned ON. It can be displayed by toggling other two preview buttons so it seems that there is no reason for hiding it. I guess.

jsachs
Posts: 3303
Joined: January 22nd, 2009, 11:03 pm

Re: Composite - Internal error creating lcms transform

Post by jsachs »

In fixing the other reported problems with Composite for the next release, it appears I have already fixed the issues you mention.

The synchronized scrolling button is removed when the two images in the side by side display are different sizes.

I am now working on making adjustments to settings restore control to their parent transformation dialog box, which is proving to be somewhat tricky.
Jonathan Sachs
Digital Light & Color

Post Reply