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"Unable to allocate memory for an incoming image frame due to insufficient free physical memory." error for skeleton tracking with Kinect v2

Asked by PARIKSHIT on 6 Sep 2017
Latest activity Commented on by Dymiargani Milono on 21 Jun 2018
I was trying to do skeleton tracking with Kinect v2 but am getting "Unable to allocate memory for an incoming image frame due to insufficient free physical memory." when running the second time. Restarting the matlab window enables to solve this problem for one time. again while am running the same code for more than one time the same error comes. The error screenshot is attached herewith. Please anyone if possible let me know how to resolve this error.

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How big is your image?
How much memory do you have?
How much do you already have in your workspace?

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Answer by Walter Roberson
on 3 Jan 2018

See also https://www.mathworks.com/support/bugreports/1422542 which has to do with macvideo adapter but shows a way to change memory allocation strategy.

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Answer by Jingsong Zhu on 9 Nov 2017

I am confronted with the same problem. Do you solve the problem ?

Answer by Khadija Al Jabri on 20 Dec 2017

Hello
Do you solve the problem?

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Answer by Dymiargani Milono on 28 May 2018

i used to have the same problem as you, back then i got 8 GB of RAM and that notification is always showing every time i run the my program.
in my own experience, you need at least 10 GB of RAM to run this program

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