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FAQ / CLI install documentation HUGIN 8.7
« Last post by Anders L Madsen on October 18, 2019, 09:59:10  »
The following command-line is known to work (April 2019):

msiexec /i HuginDist87(x64).msi /L*v SilentInstallation.log /quiet PATH_LICENSE="C:\TMP\LICENSE-8.7"

A couple of words on the installation:
  • The PATH_LICENSE is of course the path to the location of the HUGIN License file.
  • The .MSI file does not perform a cryptographic check of the License Key - only a shallow sanity check. The deep check is performed every time HUGIN is launched. Therefore you must launch HUGIN to be sure that everything is working properly.
  • The .MSI file will write the license to the location: C:\ProgramData\Hugin Expert. If anything goes wrong, the file can be manually copied to this location.
HUGIN GUI Discussion / Re: Temporal Nodes
« Last post by MarcoGV on October 10, 2019, 16:47:16  »
Dear Anders,

Thank you!

Best regards,

HUGIN GUI Discussion / Re: Temporal Nodes
« Last post by Anders L Madsen on October 08, 2019, 21:38:31  »
Dear Marco,

The number of time slices is set under "Network->Network Properties->DBN".

Hope this helps
HUGIN GUI Discussion / Temporal Nodes
« Last post by MarcoGV on October 08, 2019, 17:48:51  »
Dear all,

I have been to use temporal nodes in Hugin 8.1 and 8.4.  I do not see a way to specify the number of slices: I get five slices, and that is it.  I suspect that there is a way to change this number, but I cannot see how.  Any help or advice will be welcome.

Best regards,

Hello Raymond,

I assume that you by now have realised that "our" HUGIN is a tool for probabilistic graphical models and not images.

Sorry for the belated reply.

As part of a larger project I have images from a Ricoh Theta that I would like to apply (TensorFlow Lite implemented) Object Detection to and then slice vertically for display.

I've found this HOWTO topic

...but I confess that I've not been able to successfully flatten an image.
Assuming that this HOWTO is applicable,  When I run the batch and produce my output file (.tif by default, not JPEG) the image I end up with is just a crop of the "distorted" or "fisheye" photosphere, whereas I expected/wanted to produce an image normalized so that there was no fisheye effect.

1) Is what I expected feasible?
2) Is this an applicable HOWTO?
3a) If not, is there a more appropriate one?
3b) If so, what am I missing?

I have checked the file and discovered that it is a tar-file containing all the other files in the "models-ch3.tar.gz" file.  That must be a mistake.  I will notify the authors of the book.

Best regards,

I am going through some examples from F.V. Jensen's book from

Solutions -> Chapter 3-> Models and one called ex.3.10. It is a Dynamic Bayesian Belief Network on testing for infection in cow's milk.

I tried to open the file and it returned the error that the file cannot be loaded: expected 'class' keyword in line 1

Is there something I can do to open that file (attached here)?

Thank you
General Discussion / After update align_image_stack just exits with no output
« Last post by hurleyman77 on September 22, 2018, 21:26:21  »
I have a Python script I've been using to experiment with automating something. Up to now, the following lines worked just fine:

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final_command = "D:/Hugin/bin/align_image_stack -a "+results_directory+" -v -v -t 3 -g 5 -m -d -i -x -y -z --corr=0.85 -c 5000 "+temp_directory+"*.jpg"
print("executing", final_command)

Before, align_image_stack would run, write to the terminal, and align images (with varying degrees of success, but that's another matter). Then I noticed there was a more recent version so I downloaded the .msi (I'm on Windows) and installed it to the same directory. Manually typing and running the result "final_command" also worked just fine.

Now, when these lines execute, align_image_stack seems to launch, but writes nothing to the screen, produces no output, aligns no images. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling, but no luck. This is also true when I just execute align_image_stack from a terminal, without going through the script at all.

Even with "-v -v" I get zero feedback from align_image_stack so I don't really have any way to even troubleshoot what's going on. I attempted performing a similar operation (stacking many nearly identical images) through the GUI without success. But this task has always proved impenetrable with Hugin, so I'm not sure that's useful as diagnostic data.

I was just beginning to have some success stacking lots of images! Any suggestions?
General Discussion / Re: Expressing Fault Tree Analysis in BBN
« Last post by uppglassmel on June 07, 2018, 12:06:16  »
Hej Anders,

Thank you for the tips, I will try it out!

Appreciate your time

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