Wednesday, 29 December, 2010 7:28 AMI'm trying to output HDview from Photoshop running on Windows 7 64 bit for a 120,000 x 60,000 circular pano (about 4.5 gigapixels). I am unable to do it, and keep getting an error hr=80070070. I've tried different output resolutions, HDview only, etc, but nothing seems to be working. I have 2 GB scratch and 12GB RAM. I'm able to output a small tiff (12MB) and it works, but I have not experimented any more with maximum pixel dimensions. Does anyone know whether this is a bug, or if I'm short on scratch disk or RAM, or something else? Thanks, Matt
Wednesday, 5 January, 2011 5:46 PM
Error 80070070 is "There is not enough space on the disk." You need at least enough space in your %ICE_CACHE_LOCATION% directory (which defaults to %TEMP%) to fit the 4.5 gigapixel image uncompressed.
Sunday, 9 January, 2011 9:24 AM
Thanks Howard. I see in my post I meant 2TB scratch rather than 2GB. But this is spread over several disks, does it need to be on the same disk so as for a single directory? Sorry to seem so naive, but I'm not sure what you mean by the %TEMP% directory. Where do I specify the location?
Thursday, 3 February, 2011 10:02 PM
If you right-click on (My) Computer then go to Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Environment Variables you should see the %TEMP% environment variable. It defaults to your main (probably C:) drive. You can add a new %ICE_CACHE_LOCATION% environment variable that points to a directory on your scratch drive. Unfortunately I think it only takes one directory at the moment so pick your largest scratch drive.