The exception always begins with the line “java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 784”, although the number does vary and is not always 784.
I’m using MacOS with the M1 chip, and I am wondering if this might be causing some issues, or whether this error means there is a problem inherent within some of my images/the way in which I am processing them.
I also have a second, smaller question. Are there known computer memory requirements for modelling higher acuity levels? I am unsure if I need more computing power or whether, again, I am just using the toolbox wrong. Most of the time when I attempt to model acuities above the default 6 cycles-per-degree I run out of memory very quickly (ImageJ is currently allocated up to 6000mb).
Hmm, the error could be due to a range of reasons. I think I used to get similar errors when applying too low acuity/too hiugh of a viewing distance. Could this be the case here? Does this happen at specific viewing distances?
RAM is usually not an option (the tools are too slow to really cause any substantial use of Memory). 6000mb is not that much though, I’ve always run the program on systems with at least 16 GB. Have you tried upping the allocated amount? It usually just gets annoyingly slow at high acuities close up.