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Mapillary Tools

Mapillary Tools is a library for processing and uploading images to Mapillary.

Package Installation

Now you can download the full Mapillary Tools library in one click. Once on your system, start the command prompt or terminal and refer to the location where the mapillary_tools package is located.

Windows Package Installation

https://tools.mapillary.com/binary/win/mapillary_tools.exe

MacOS Package Installation

https://tools.mapillary.com/binary/osx/mapillary_tools.zip

Linux Package Installation

Utilize Custom Installation to process and upload images.

Package Support

View additional tips in the Mapillary Help Center or contact Mapillary Support.

Video Support Package

To sample images from videos, you will also need to install ffmpeg. Review video support.

Requirements

User Authentication

To upload images to Mapillary, an account is required and can be created here. When using the tools for the first time, user authentication is required. You will be prompted to enter your account credentials. Only Mapillary account credentials are valid for authentication in mapillary_tools. Other Mapillary login options (Facebook, OpenStreetMap, Google+, or ArcGIS) are not supported with mapillary_tools.

Metadata

To upload images to Mapillary, image GPS and capture time are minimally required. More information here.

Videos

To upload videos to Mapillary, videos are required to be sampled into images and tagged with image GPS and capture time. More information here.

Usage

All commands are executed with mapillary_tools, located in mapillary_tools/mapillary_tools/bin.

Available commands

To see the available commands, use the following in the command line (for Windows, adjust the command according the instructions for execution):

mapillary_tools -h

Executable mapillary_tools takes the following arguments:

-h, --help: Show help and exit

--advanced: Use the tools under an advanced level, with additional arguments and commands available


command: Use one of the available commands:

  • process: Process the images including for instance, geotagging and sequence arrangement
  • upload: Upload images to Mapillary
  • process_and_upload: A bundled command for process and upload

See the command specific help for required and optional arguments:

  • Show help for process command:
mapillary_tools process -h

  • Show advanced help for process command:
mapillary_tools process -h --advanced

Examples

For Windows, adjust the commands according the instructions for execution.

Process Images

The command below processes all images in the directory and its sub-directories. It will update the images with Mapillary-specific metadata in the image EXIF for the user with user name mapillary_user. It requires that each image in the directory contains capture time and GPS. By default, only the Image Description EXIF tag is overwritten and duplicate images are flagged to be excluded from upload using default thresholds for duplicate distance 0.1 m and duplicate angle 5°.

mapillary_tools process --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name "mapillary_user"

Upload Images

The command below uploads all images in a directory and its sub-directories. It requires Mapillary-specific metadata in the image EXIF. It works for images that are captured with Mapillary iOS or Android apps or processed with the process command.

mapillary_tools upload --import_path "path/to/images"

Process and Upload Images

The command below runs process and upload consecutively for a directory.

mapillary_tools process_and_upload --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name "mapillary_user"

Advanced Usage

Available commands for advanced usage:

  • Video Specific Commands:
    • sample_video
    • video_process
    • video_process_and_upload
  • Process Unit Commands:
    • extract_user_data
    • extract_import_meta_data
    • extract_geotag_data
    • extract_sequence_data
    • extract_upload_params
    • exif_insert
  • Other Commands:
    • process_csv
    • interpolate
    • authenticate
    • post_process
    • download

Geotag and Upload

  • Run process and upload consecutively, while process is reading geotag data from a gpx track. It requires that capture time information is embedded in the image EXIF. By default geotag data is stored only in the mapillary image description, in the EXIF Image Description tag. If you would like the rest of the tags to be overwritten as well, for example to be able to place images on the map for testing purposes, you should pass an additional argument --overwrite_all_EXIF_tags to overwrite all EXIF tags, or in case you only want to overwrite a specific tag, like for example the GPS tag, pass argument --overwrite_EXIF_gps_tag.
mapillary_tools process --advanced --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name username_at_mapillary --geotag_source "gpx" --geotag_source_path "path/to/gpx_file"

mapillary_tools upload --import_path "path/to/images"

or

mapillary_tools process_and_upload --advanced --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name username_at_mapillary --geotag_source "gpx" --geotag_source_path "path/to/gpx_file"

Keep original images intact and Upload

  • To prevent data loss or control versions, the original images can be left intact by specifying the flag --keep_original. This will result in the edited image being saved in a copy of the original image, instead of the original image itself. Copies are saved in {$import_path/$image_path/}.mapillary/process_images} and are deleted at the start of every processing run.
mapillary_tools process --advanced --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name username_at_mapillary --keep_original

mapillary_tools upload --import_path "path/to/images"

or

mapillary_tools process_and_upload --advanced --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name username_at_mapillary --keep_original

Derive image direction and Upload

  • Derive image direction (image heading or camera angle) based on image latitude and longitude. If images are missing direction, the direction is derived automatically, if direction is present, it will be derived and overwritten only if the flag --interpolate directions is specified.
mapillary_tools process --advanced --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name username_at_mapillary --interpolate_directions
mapillary_tools upload --import_path "path/to/images"

or

mapillary_tools process_and_upload --advanced --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name username_at_mapillary --interpolate_directions

Video Sampling and Upload

  • Sample the video(s) located in path/to/videos into the directory path/to/images, at a sample interval of 0.5 seconds and tag the sampled images with capture time. Note that the video frames will always be sampled into sub directory .mapillary/sampled_video_frames/"video_import_path", whether import path is specified or not. In case import_path is specified the final path for the sampled video frames will be "import path"/.mapillary/sampled_video_frames/"video_import_path" and in case import_path is not specified, the final path for the sampled video frames will be path/to/.mapillary/sampled_video_frames/"video_import_path".
mapillary_tools sample_video --import_path "path/to/images" --video_import_path "path/to/videos" --video_sample_interval 0.5 --advanced 
  • Sample the video(s) located in path/to/videos, at a sample interval of 2 seconds (default value) and tag the resulting images with capture time. And then process and upload the resulting images for user username_at_mapillary, specifying a gpx track to be the source of geotag data. Additionally pass the --overwrite_all_EXIF_tags so the extracted frames have all the tags set beside the Image Description tag.
mapillary_tools sample_video --video_import_path "path/to/videos" --advanced

mapillary_tools process --advanced --import_path "path/to/.mapillary/sampled_video_frames/video_import_path" --user_name "username_at_mapillary" --geotag_source "gpx" --geotag_source_path "path/to/gpx_file" --overwrite_all_EXIF_tags

mapillary_tools upload --import_path "path/to/.mapillary/sampled_video_frames/video_import_path"

or

mapillary_tools video_process_and_upload --video_import_path "path/to/videos" --user_name "mapillary_user" --advanced --geotag_source "gpx" --geotag_source_path "path/to/gpx_file" --overwrite_all_EXIF_tags

Process csv

  • Insert image capture time and gps data from a csv file, based on filename:
mapillary_tools process_csv --import_path "path/to/images" --csv_path "path/to/csv_file" --filename_column 1 --timestamp_column 4 --latitude_column 2 --longitude_column 3 --advanced
  • Insert image capture time and meta data from a csv file based on the order of image file names (in case filename column is missing):
mapillary_tools process_csv --import_path "path/to/images" --csv_path "path/to/csv_file" --timestamp_column 1 --meta_columns "6,7" --meta_names "random_name1,random_name2" --meta_types "double,string" --advanced

Command Specifications

process

The process command will format the required and optional meta data into a Mapillary image description and insert it in the image EXIF Image Description tag. Images are required to contain image capture time, latitude, longitude and camera direction in the image EXIF. Under advanced usage, additional functionalities are available, for example latitude and longitude can be read from a gpx track file or a GoPro video, camera direction can be derived based on latitude and longitude, duplicates can be kept instead of excluded from the upload etc. See the command specific help for required and optional arguments, add --advanced to see additional advanced optional arguments.

Examples

  • process all images for user mapillary_user, in the directory path/to/images and its sub-directories:
mapillary_tools process --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name "mapillary_user"
  • process all images for user mapillary_user, in the directory path/to/images, skipping the images in its sub-directories, rerunning process for all images that were not already uploaded and printing out extra warnings or errors.
mapillary_tools process --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name "mapillary_user" --verbose --rerun --skip_subfolders

Advanced Examples

  • Process all images for user mapillary_user, in the directory path/to/images and its sub-directories, reading geotag data from a gpx track stored in file path/to/gpx_file, specifying an offset of 2 seconds between the camera and gps device, ie, camera is 2 seconds ahead of the gps device and specifying to keep duplicates to be uploaded instead of flagging images as duplicates in case they are apart by equal or less then the default 0.1 m and differ by the camera angle by equal or less than the default 5°. Additionally pass the --overwrite_EXIF_gps_tag to overwrite values with the values obtained from the gpx track.
mapillary_tools process --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name "mapillary_user" --advanced --geotag_source "gpx" --geotag_source_path "path/to/gpx_file" --offset_time 2 --keep_duplicates --overwrite_EXIF_gps_tag
  • Process all images for user mapillary_user, in the directory path/to/images and its sub-directories, specifying the import to be private imagery belonging to an organization with organization username mapillary_organization. You can find the organization username in your dashboard.
mapillary_tools process --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name "mapillary_user" --advanced --private --organization_username "mapillary_organization"
  • Process all images for user mapillary_user, in the directory path/to/images and its sub-directories, specifying an angle offset of 90° for the camera direction and splitting images into sequences of images apart by less than 100 meters according to image GPS and less than 120 seconds according to image capture time. Additionally pass the --overwrite_EXIF_direction_tag to overwrite values with the additional specified offset.
mapillary_tools process --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name "mapillary_user" --advanced --offset_angle 90 --cutoff_distance 100 --cutoff_time 120 --overwrite_EXIF_direction_tag

upload

Images that have been successfully processed or were taken with the Mapillary app will contain the required Mapillary image description embedded in the image EXIF and can be uploaded with the upload command.

The upload command will collect all the images in the import path, while checking for duplicate flags, processing and uploading logs. If image is flagged as duplicate, was logged with failed process or logged as successfully uploaded, it will not be added to the upload list.

By default, 5 threads upload in parallel and the script retries 50 times upon encountering a failure. These can be customized by specifying additional arguments --number_threads and --max_attempts under --advanced usage or with environment variables in the command line:

NUMBER_THREADS=10
MAX_ATTEMPTS=100

Examples

  • upload all images in the directory path/to/images and its sub directories:
mapillary_tools upload --import_path "path/to/images"
  • upload all images in the directory path/to/images, while skipping its sub directories and specifying to upload with 10 threads and 10 maximum attempts:
mapillary_tools upload --import_path "path/to/images" --skip_subfolders --number_threads 10 --max_attempts 10 --advanced

process_and_upload

process_and_upload command will run process and upload commands consecutively with combined required and optional arguments.

Examples

  • process and upload all the images in directory path/to/images and its sub-directories for user mapillary_user.
mapillary_tools process_and_upload --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name "mapillary_user"

Advanced Examples

  • Process and upload all the images in directory path/to/images and its sub-directories for user mapillary_user, while specifying duplicate distance and angle threshold so that duplicate images are consecutive images that are less than 0.5 meter apart according to image GPS and have less than 1° camera angle difference according to image direction.
mapillary_tools process_and_upload --import_path "path/to/images" --user_name "mapillary_user" --verbose --rerun --duplicate_distance 0.5 --duplicate_angle 1 --advanced

sample_video

sample_video command will sample a video into images and insert capture time to the image EXIF. Capture time is calculated based on the video start time and sampling interval. Video start time can either be extracted from the video metadata or passed as an argument --video_start_time (milliseconds since UNIX epoch).

Examples

  • Sample the video(s) located in path/to/videos at the default sampling rate 2 seconds, ie 1 video frame every 2 seconds. Video frames will be sampled into a sub directory .mapillary/sampled_video_frames/video_import_path at the location of the video.
mapillary_tools sample_video --video_import_path "path/to/videos" --advanced
  • Sample the video(s) located in path/to/videos to directory path/to/images at a sampling rate 0.5 seconds, ie two video frames every second and specifying the video start time to be 156893940910 (milliseconds since UNIX epoch).
mapillary_tools sample_video --import_path "path/to/images" --video_import_path "path/to/videos" --video_sample_interval 0.5 --video_start_time 156893940910 --advanced

video_process

video_process command will run video_sample and process commands consecutively with combined required and optional arguments.

Examples

  • In case video start capture time could not be extracted or specified, images should be tagged with capture time from the external geotag source, by passing the argument --use_gps_start_time. To make sure the external source and images are aligned ok, an offset in seconds can be specified.
mapillary_tools video_process --import_path "path/to/images" --video_import_path "path/to/videos" --user_name "mapillary_user" --advanced --geotag_source "gpx" --geotag_source_path "path/to/gpx" --use_gps_start_time --offset_time 2

video_process_and_upload

video_process_and_upload command will run video_sample, process and upload commands consecutively with combined required and optional arguments.

Examples

  • Sample the video(s) located in path/to/videos to directory path/to/images at the default sampling rate 1 second, ie one video frame every second. Process and upload resulting video frames for user mapillary_user, reading geotag data from a gpx track stored in path/to/gpx_file video, assuming video start time can be extracted from the video file and deriving camera direction based on GPS.
mapillary_tools video_process_and_upload --import_path "path/to/images" --video_import_path "path/to/videos" --user_name "mapillary_user" --advanced --geotag_source "gpx" --geotag_source_path "path/to/gpx_file" --video_sample_interval 1 --interpolate_directions

Process Unit Commands

Process unit commands are commands executed by the process command. Usage of process unit commands requires the flag --advanced to be passed and might require some experience with mapillary_tools.

extract_user_data

extract_user_data will process user specific properties and initialize authentication in case of first import. Credentials are then stored in a global config file and read from there in further imports.

extract_import_meta_data

extract_import_meta_data will process import specific meta data which is not required, but can be very useful. Import meta data is read from EXIF and/or can be passed through additional arguments.

extract_geotag_data

extract_geotag_data will process image capture date/time, latitude, longitude and camera angle. By default geotag data is read from image EXIF. Under advanced usage, a different source of latitude, longitude and camera direction can be specified. Geotagging can be adjusted for better quality, by specifying an offset angle for the camera direction or an offset time between the camera and gps device.

extract_sequence_data

extract_sequence_data will process the entire set of images located in the import path and create sequences, initially based on the file system structure, then based on image capture time and location and in the end splitting sequences longer than 500 images. By default, duplicates are flagged to be excluded from upload, using the default duplicate thresholds for distance 0.1 m and angle 5°. Optionally, duplicates can be kept and camera directions can be derived based on latitude and longitude.

extract_upload_params

extract_upload_params will process user specific upload parameters, required to safely upload images to Mapillary.

exif_insert

exif_insert will take all the meta data read and processed in the other processing unit commands and insert it in the image EXIF tag Image Description only, unless additional arguments are passed in order to overwrite the rest of EXIF tags as well.

Other Commands

authenticate

authenticate will update the user credentials stored in /.config/mapillary/config. Mapillary acount user_name, user_email and user_passoword are required and can either be passed as arguments to the command or left unspecified and entered upon prompt.

interpolate

interpolate will interpolate identical timestamps in a csv file or stored in image EXIF or will interpolate missing gps data in a set of otherwise geotagged images.

process_csv

process_csv will parse the specified csv file and insert data in the image EXIF.

post_process

post_process provides functionalities to help summarize and organize the results of the process and/or upload commands.

download

download will download blurred originals of private images on Mapillary for a certain import_path. The import path is specified as a folder where you have the images you've uploaded to Mapillary as private imagery. They need to have the Mapillary image description field in EXIF (which gets added during capture with our mobile apps or processing with our command line tools). Matching images will be downloaded to the output folder you specify.

mapillary_tools download --import_path "path/to/images" --output_folder "path/to/output_folder"

Camera specific

Blackvue

  • Sample one or more Blackvue videos in directory path/to/videos into import path path/to/images at a sampling rate 0.2 seconds, ie 5 frames every second and process resulting video frames for user mapillary_user, reading geotag data from the Blackvue videos in path/to/videos and specifying camera make and model, specifying to derive camera direction based on GPS and use the GPS start time. Note that video frames will be sampled into path/to/images/.mapillary/sampled_video_frames/"video_import_path". Video frames will be geotagged after all the videos in the specified video_import_path have been sampled. In case video frames geotagging requires rerun, there is no need to rerun the entire video_process command, in case video frame extraction was successful, rerunning only the process command for the given import_path is sufficient. We encourage users to check and specify camera make and model, since it helps with camera calibration and improves 3D reconstruction. If you want to check the video frame placement on the map before uploading, specify --overwrite_EXIF_gps_tag.
mapillary_tools video_process --import_path "path/to/images" --video_import_path "path/to/videos" --user_name "mapillary_user" --advanced --geotag_source "blackvue_videos" --geotag_source_path "path/to/videos" --use_gps_start_time --interpolate_directions --video_sample_interval 0.2 --device_make "Blackvue" --device_model "DR900S-2CH" --overwrite_EXIF_gps_tag

GoPro

  • Sample one or more GoPro videos in directory path/to/videos into import path path/to/images at a sampling rate 0.5 seconds, ie 2 frames every second and process resulting video frames for user mapillary_user, reading geotag data from the GoPro videos in path/to/videos and specifying to derive camera direction based on GPS. Note that video frames will be sampled into path/to/images/.mapillary/sampled_video_frames/"video_import_path". Video frames will be geotagged after all the videos in the specified video_import_path have been sampled. In case video frames geotagging requires rerun, there is no need to rerun the entire video_process command, in case video frame extraction was successful, rerunning only the process command for the given import_path is sufficient. If you want to check the video frame placement on the map before uploading, specify --overwrite_EXIF_gps_tag.
mapillary_tools video_process --import_path "path/to/images" --video_import_path "path/to/videos" --user_name "mapillary_user" --advanced --geotag_source "gopro_videos" --geotag_source_path "path/to/videos" --interpolate_directions --video_sample_interval 0.5 --overwrite_EXIF_gps_tag

Custom Installation

Dependencies

Note that we're using a fork of the original Piexif, which needs to be installed separately. The rest of dependencies are installed along with the tools.

Custom Setup

You will need to have python=2.7.x, pip>=10.0.1 and git installed. Then you need to

Install Piexif

mapillary_tools uses a fork of the original Piexif which needs to be installed by running:

pip install git+https://github.com/mapillary/Piexif

Install Mapillary Tools

To install mapillary_tools on macOS, Ubuntu, or Windows, run:

pip install --upgrade git+https://github.com/mapillary/mapillary_tools

which will enable processing and uploading of images. Note that the commands should either be run in virtualenv or as sudo.

Video Support

To sample images from videos, you will also need to install ffmpeg.

Windows

To install ffmpeg on Windows, follow these instructions.

macOS

To install ffmpeg on macOS use Homebrew. Once you have Homebrew installed, you can install ffmpeg by running:

brew install ffmpeg

Ubuntu

To install ffmpeg on Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get install ffmpeg

Execution

Running the executable mapillary_tools is slightly different on Unix and Windows OS.

Windows

On Windows, the executable mapillary_tools is installed under the python's Scripts and needs to be inserted in the PATH manually. At the same time, the interpreter program python needs to be specified, as the interpreter directive in the executable is specified for Unix OS. Path to the interpreter program python needs to be available in the PATH. Example of usage, in case python and mapillary_tools are available in the PATH:

python mapillary_tools

in case of issues with editing PATH, both python and mapillary_tools can be specified with the absolute path:

C:\python27\python.exe C:\python27\Scripts\mapillary_tools

note that the location of the python interpreter program and scripts installed as python scripts can be different depending on the Windows and Python versions. Therefore users need to check the exact paths locally before running.

Unix

On Ubuntu and MacOSX the executable is available in the PATH after installation and can be used as is (no need to specify python as the interpreter program and no need for setting up the PATH or providing the absolute path to executable, no matter where in the command line you are located).

Troubleshooting

In case of any issues with the installation and usage of mapillary_tools, check this section in case it has already been addressed, otherwise, open an issue on Github.

General

  • In case of any issues, it is always safe to try and rerun the failing command while specifying --verbose to see more information printed out. Uploaded images should not get uploaded more than once and should not be processed after uploading. mapillary_tools should take care of that, if it occurs otherwise, please open an issue on Github.
  • Make sure you run the latest version of mapillary_tools, which you can check with mapillary_tools --version. When installing the latest version, dont forget you need to specify --upgrade.
  • Advanced user are encouraged to explore the processed data and log files in the {image_path}/.mapillary/logs/{image_name}/ to get more insight in the failure.

Dependencies

  • If having issues installing pip with brew on macOS, one solution is sudo easy_install pip. If the installed version is not appropriate then upgrade with sudo pip install --upgrade pip.

Execution

  • Windows users sometimes have trouble with the bare execution of mapillary_tools, since it is not inserted in the PATH automatically. If you are trying to execute mapillary_tools on Windows and dont have its path inserted in the PATH, make sure you execute the installed executable under Pythons scripts, for example C:\python27\Scripts. Due to the Python package naming convention, the package and the directory with the modules are also called mapillary_tools, so users often mistakenly try to run those instead of the executable called mapillary_tools, located in mapillary_tools/mapillary_tools/bin.
  • Execution issues can occur in case the executable is saved with additional characters, like for example \r, which results in error message env: python\r: No such file or directory. In that case the executable needs to be edited to remove additional characters as suggested here, one example:

in terminal:

sudo vim /usr/local/bin/mapillary_tools

then in vim editor:

 :set ff=unix
 :wq

Run time issues

  • HTTP Errors can occur due to poor network connection or high load on the import pipeline. In most cases the images eventually get uploaded regardless. But in some cases HTTP Errors can occur due to authentication issues, which can be resolved by either removing the config file with the users credentials, located in ~/.config/mapillary/config or running the authenticate command available under advanced usage of mapillary_tools.

  • Windows users sometimes have issues with the prompt not functioning. This usually results in mapillary_tools just hanging without printing anything or creating any logs in {image_path}/.mapillary/logs/{image_name}. In such cases authentication should be run separately with the authentication command, while passing user_name, user_email and user_password as command line arguments. This will avoid the prompt and will authenticate the user for all further usage of the process command.

  • Missing required data is often the reason for failed uploads, especially if the processing included parsing external data like a gps trace. Images are aligned with a gps trace based on the image capture time and gps time, where the default assumption is that both are in UTC. Check the begin and end date of your capture and the begin and end date of the gps trace to make sure that the image capture time is in the scope of the gps trace. To correct any offset between the two capture times, you can specify --offset_time "offset time". Timezone differences can result in such issues, if you know that the image capture time was stored in your current local timezone, while the gps trace is stored in UTC, specify --local_time. If images do not contain capture time or the capture time is unreliable, while gps time is accurate, specify use_gps_start_time.

  • In cases where the import_path is located on an external mount, images can potentially get overwritten, if breaking the script with Ctrl+c. To keep the images intact, you can specify --keep_original and all the processed data will be inserted in a copy of the original image. We are still in progress of improving this step of data import and will make sure that no image gets overwritten at any point.

  • GIS users on Windows using Custom Installation, particularly ArcMap users, who have Python 2.7 version with pip already installed, should add these paths in the system PATH, to avoid compatibility issues:

  • executing python : C:\Python27\ArcGIS10.x

  • executing pip ; C:\Python27\ArcGIS10.x\Scripts

Upload quality issues

  • Some devices do not store the camera direction properly, often storing only 0. Camera direction will get derived based on latitide and longitude only if the camera direction is not set or --interpolate_directions is specified. Before processing and uploading images, make sure that the camera direction is either correct or missing and in case it is present but incorrect, you specify -interpolate_directions.
  • Timestamp interpolation is required in case the latitude and longitude are stored in an external gps trace with a higher capture frequency then the image capture frequency which results in identical image capture times. Command interpolate can be used to interpolate image capture time:
mapillary_tools interpolate --data "identical_timestamps" --import_path "path/to/images --advanced 
  • If process includes correction of existing EXIF tag values or extraction of missing EXIF tag values from external sources and you want to test the placement on the map before uploading the images, make sure you pass --advanced --overwrite_all_EXIF_tags so that the rest of tags beside Image Description tag will get updated with the values obtained during process.

Misc

Download

The script below downloads images using the Mapillary image search API. Images can be downloaded inside a rectangle/bounding box, specifying the minimum and maximum latitude and longitude.

download_images.py

python download_images.py min_lat max_lat min_lon max_lon [--max_results=(max_results)] [--image_size=(320, 640, 1024, or 2048)]