Checked other forum postings with sequence order issues, but none of them seems similar. As editing a sequence is currently not possible after uploading, the errors cannot be resolved by the user.
Describe the problem you’re having:
Sequence lines connect wrong images and show a strange pattern
If possible include steps to reproduce the problem:
- open affected sequence in Mapillary web app
- press play button at the top
- view each image being shown
- each successor should be very next to its predecessor as latitude and longitude should differ only minimal
- morphing effect should show smooth transition along the path used during capturing
- see image focus indicator go from one image to the next image on background map being connected by short lines
- starting at a random point, the connection to a successor does not point to its near neighbour but to a single image which is 59 positions forward.
- therefore the play function jumps forward by 59 positions and then immediately back to the next image in the original order.
- at the position 59 images forward the expected connection between neighbours in order itself is missing as the image connection itself has been shifted again 59 positions forward. This connection shift by 59 positions it present multiple times in the affected sequence.
- image focues indicator on the map jumps back and forth around affected image order error
Used hardware and software:
- GoPro Hero 8 Black with time lapse setting of 1 image per second
- mapillary_tools 0.7.0 running on Ubuntu server 18.04
- used command:
mapillary_tools process_and_upload --import_path "PATH_TO_IMAGES" --user_name macsico --number_threads 10 --advanced --duplicate_distance 0.5 --duplicate_angle 1 --interpolate_directions --overwrite_EXIF_direction_tag
Please provide any additional information below:
- affected sequence is part of a longer walk in a park with other sequences not being affected. But it has been uploaded later as the rest due to some circumstances at my side
Thanks for your time and your support in advance.