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Troubleshoot Label Studio

If you encounter an issue using Label Studio, use this page to troubleshoot it.

Blank page when loading a project

After starting Label Studio and opening a project, you see a blank page. Several possible issues could be the cause.

Cause: Host not recognized

If you specify a host without a protocol such as http:// or https:// when starting Label Studio, Label Studio can fail to locate the correct files to load the project page.

To resolve this issue, update the host specified as an environment variable or when starting Label Studio. See Start Label Studio

Slowness while labeling

If you’re using the SQLite database and another user imports a large volume of data, labeling might slow down for other users on the server due to the database load.

If you want to upload a large volume of data (thousands of items), consider doing that at a time when people are not labeling or use a different database backend such as PostgreSQL or Redis. You can run Docker Compose from the root directory of Label Studio to use PostgreSQL: docker-compose up -d, or see Sync data from cloud or database storage.

Image/audio/resource loading error while labeling

The most common mistake while resource loading is CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) problem or Cross Domain. When you are trying to fetch a picture from external hosting it could be blocked by security reasons. Go to browser console (Ctrl + Shift + i for Chrome) and check errors there. Typically, this problem is solved by the external host setup.






Not every host supports CORS setup, but you can to try locate CORS settings in the admin area of your host configuration.


Audio wave doesn’t match annotations

If you find that after annotating audio data, the visible audio wave doesn’t match the timestamps and the sound, try converting the audio to a different format. For example, if you are annotating mp3 files, try converting them to wav files.

ffmpeg -y -i audio.mp3 -ar 8k -ac 1 audio.wav