I've been using the latest version of RiSCAN Pro (2.4.2) and I'm having a problem with it crashing fairly regularly. My project contains 100 scans or so, and of those I will be cleaning a few scans in one object view when, inexplicably, Pro will hang and then go unresponsive, forcing me to close and reopen it. I may not have had many points selected, or I may have just run a terrain filter on a small area which on previous versions has not been an issue, but after a few edits Pro will just stop.
It seems that once I reopen Pro and try and access the object view again the software will crash again. I'm guessing that one of the scans will be corrupted as a result of the crash, which means that I have to reopen each scan in a 3D view in turn to see which has been affected, reopen Pro as it will inevitably crash at the duff scan, reconvert the corrupted main scan, reapply images and deviation filter and redo all my edits.
I thought this might have been an issue with working with networked data, but it happens if I'm working from data on my local machine. I have recreated the project a couple of times which has required the import, conversion, colourising, matrix import etc for these 100 scans, and still the same problem occurs.
I was wondering if anyone else have this bug with this version, or if there's a fix on the horizon?
Also, on a separate (and relatively small / petty) note, it would appear that if you have exported a camera calibration and then tried to reimport it, you will find that the .cam file is missing. If you change the file type from .cam to .jpg and then back again the .cam file now appears. Nothing like as frustrating as the programme crashing though...
Any help would be gratefully received.