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Error using VideoReader/read (line 86) Not enough memory available for 230 frames.

Subject: Error using VideoReader/read (line 86) Not enough memory available for 230 frames.

From: Ansuman Mahapatra

Date: 30 Jun, 2012 10:51:09

Message: 1 of 2

Error using VideoReader/read (line 86)
Not enough memory available for 230
 frames.

Why this error??

Is it what Matlab capable of??

So inefficient. Can't read 230 frames. I have 4GB RAM & 8GB swap space.

Can anybody help me please? Otherwise I have to use OpenCV for my Object tracking. :-(

Subject: Error using VideoReader/read (line 86) Not enough memory available for 230 frames.

From: Steven_Lord

Date: 2 Jul, 2012 04:01:35

Message: 2 of 2



"Ansuman Mahapatra" <helloansuman@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:jsmlmt$hvq$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com...
> Error using VideoReader/read (line 86)
> Not enough memory available for 230
> frames.
>
> Why this error??

VideoReader tried to read 230 files from somewhere, and when it asked the OS
for enough memory to store those frames the OS said it could not allocate
that much memory.

> Is it what Matlab capable of??

If your memory is fragmented, or other programs are consuming large chunks
of memory, or you're trying to read in HUGE frames, yes.

http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/memory.html

> So inefficient. Can't read 230 frames. I have 4GB RAM & 8GB swap space.

Insufficient information. How large are the frames you're trying to read?
How many others variables are in your workspace? How many other programs are
running on your machine, and how much memory are they consuming?

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