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New JPEG2000 viewer for HiRISE images
Fran Ontanaya
post Dec 2 2011, 12:21 AM
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Hi.

I've tried the Linux x64 version on Ubuntu 11.10 and works beautifully, with one exception: it doesn't load any path with a folder name that contains non ASCII characters. I.e. "~/imágenes", "~/облики", etc. The error description is "An image could not be obtained from the file."


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DataMiner
post Dec 2 2011, 01:14 AM
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Thanks for the report Fran. I've passed on the bug to our HiView developer. I believe the QT toolkit libraries HiView is built on top of all support unicode, so it's likely a problem in the hand off from the gui to the backend file loader, I think.

I have one question, and a couple of things that you might try as work-arounds

1) Were you loading the file from the file chooser (from the file->open dialog)?

2) If you were using the chooser, what happens if you drag and drop one of these files from a file manager? (Nautilus or konquerer)

3) What happens if you try loading the file via a terminal prompt? For example, change directories in a terminal window to the directory containing the file that you want to open, and then launch HiView with the file name as an argument. eg.( $ /path/to/HiView/HiView <your_file>)

Hopefully, one of these options will at least get it working for you right now, while we work on fixing the bug.
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Fran Ontanaya
post Dec 2 2011, 01:27 AM
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1. Yes.

2. Same error (with Nautilus).

3. From gnome-terminal (encoding set to UTF-8), no error, loads.


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post Dec 2 2011, 05:25 PM
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Thanks Fran,

That's useful information.
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Habukaz
post Jul 19 2016, 03:04 PM
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Did the drag-and-drop option in HiView stop working for anyone else recently (last week or so)? I keep getting error messages like this one, without exception:

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Could not connect to the JPIP server.
UA::HiRISE::Image_Renderer ($Revision: 1.58 $ $Date: 2013/05/22 23:27:23 $)
Failed to load a JP2 image from "jpip://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu:8064/download/PDS/EXTRAS/RDR/PSP/ORB_008800_008899/PSP_008884_1845/PSP_008884_1845_IRB.NOMAP.JP2
UA::HiRISE::JP2_Exception ($Revision: 1.3 $ $Date: 2010/01/30 22:24:09 $)
UA::HiRISE::Kakadu::JP2_JPIP_Reader ($Revision: 1.48 $ $Date: 2012/04/26 02:53:31 $)
UA::HiRISE::JP2 ($Revision: 1.11 $ $Date: 2012/09/19 00:41:44 $)
Failed to create a JP2 JPIP server reader
for the jpip://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu:8064/download/PDS/EXTRAS/RDR/PSP/ORB_008800_008899/PSP_008884_1845/PSP_008884_1845_IRB.NOMAP.JP2 source.
UA::HiRISE::Kakadu::JP2_JPIP_Reader ($Revision: 1.48 $ $Date: 2012/04/26 02:53:31 $)
Failed to open a JPIP server connection.
UA::HiRISE::Kakadu::JP2_JPIP_Reader ($Revision: 1.48 $ $Date: 2012/04/26 02:53:31 $)
JPIP_Exception
JPIP_Disconnected
Acquistion of metadata from the JPIP server failed.
Could not connect to the JPIP server.".


It works normally with downloaded JPEG 2000 files.


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elakdawalla
post Jul 19 2016, 03:38 PM
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HiView works fine for me. I had this problem last year and got help from someone on the team -- hopefully you can fix it in the Preferences under the File menu:

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> the HTTP_to_JPIP hostname should be set to hirise-jpip.lpl.arizona.edu. Sometimes this gets blanked out.
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> Just changing 'hirise-pds' to 'hirise-jpip' in that link makes it work.


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Habukaz
post Jul 19 2016, 04:42 PM
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Strangely, that hostname had indeed gotten blanked out. Thanks.


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