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by jumpjack
2019-07-14T10:43:10-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Finding multiple subimages
Replies: 13
Views: 1555

Re: Finding multiple subimages

If you want the next-best match, you can overpaint the pixels in the main image[...] This is what I am doing, I hoped there was a cleaner method... - how do I find only exact matches, or at least 95% matches? [...]. The score (in parentheses) is 0, which for RMSE means a perfect match. The scrore i...
by jumpjack
2019-07-14T09:41:55-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Finding multiple subimages
Replies: 13
Views: 1555

Re: Finding multiple subimages

As I have just two colors, I think it will be faster replicating the check for each color. So now we can assume for now that I only want to find yellow numbers. Same questions apply: - how do I automatically get all instances of same number searched, rather than manually deleting each found number f...
by jumpjack
2019-07-14T09:35:57-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Finding multiple subimages
Replies: 13
Views: 1555

Re: Finding multiple subimages

the 2r.png I uploaded was wrong, please look at new uploaded images: 0g.png to 9g.png
by jumpjack
2019-07-14T09:32:25-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Finding multiple subimages
Replies: 13
Views: 1555

Re: Finding multiple subimages

Ok now I got the right cropped images: https://jumpjack.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/0g.png https://jumpjack.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/1g.png https://jumpjack.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/2g.png https://jumpjack.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/3g.png https://jumpjack.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/4g.png h...
by jumpjack
2019-07-14T09:15:59-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Finding multiple subimages
Replies: 13
Views: 1555

Re: Finding multiple subimages

I added "dimensions" column to explorer window... and something weird appeared!
I'll do a global check to eventually have all images properly sized and I'll report... :?
Image
by jumpjack
2019-07-14T09:11:59-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Finding multiple subimages
Replies: 13
Views: 1555

Re: Finding multiple subimages

I don't understand why the subimages look bigger in the browser, they are just 8x10 images!
This is what I see on my PC, maybe I messed up something while uploading?!?
Image
by jumpjack
2019-07-14T09:01:59-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Finding multiple subimages
Replies: 13
Views: 1555

Re: Finding multiple subimages

Sorry I forgot the subimages. I just added them, anyway they're just croppings of the main image.
by jumpjack
2019-07-14T08:23:52-07:00
Forum: Users
Topic: Finding multiple subimages
Replies: 13
Views: 1555

Finding multiple subimages

I am in trouble finding multipe instances of same sub-image inside this image: https://jumpjack.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/numeri-tutti.png "compare" confuses "1" with "2" in IM V6, and in V7 it simply fails saying the two images are too different. https://jumpjack.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/2r.jp...
by jumpjack
2018-07-19T14:03:10-07:00
Forum: Fred's Scripts
Topic: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular
Replies: 38
Views: 37046

Re: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular

Yes, I did a horrible mess... but it is working. :-) Maybe .exe is not needed , but "convert" is a Windows system command and I want to be sure to execute IM convert, not Windows convert! Summary: unpack IM for Windows into any folder, let's call it ImageMagick regardless of path download needed scr...
by jumpjack
2018-07-19T12:24:58-07:00
Forum: Fred's Scripts
Topic: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular
Replies: 38
Views: 37046

Re: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular

I tried installing Cygwin but I gave up after seeing it's over 1 GB of stuff and dependencies to configure. I tried installing IM from rpm in MobaXterm without success. So I give up with Linux and I assume the algorithm is the same in Win and Lin, so if IM executables run in Windows, they work exact...
by jumpjack
2018-07-19T01:44:54-07:00
Forum: Fred's Scripts
Topic: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular
Replies: 38
Views: 37046

Re: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular

Yes this solves the issue about unary operator. The "^M" error remains, but I don't get why as I left the file in UNIX format as downloaded and just replaced the calls to IM executables as said. How could you replace the calls to convert.exe in my script without saving the file again. If opened it ...
by jumpjack
2018-07-19T01:43:03-07:00
Forum: Fred's Scripts
Topic: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular
Replies: 38
Views: 37046

Re: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular

I tried installing the Linux version in the Linux box, with no success (all I know about Linux is ls -l and chmod +x :-) , so I'm using Windows version.
by jumpjack
2018-07-18T11:52:40-07:00
Forum: Fred's Scripts
Topic: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular
Replies: 38
Views: 37046

Re: Fisheye 235° to equirectangular

Yes this solves the issue about unary operator.
The "^M" error remains, but I don't get why as I left the file in UNIX format as downloaded and just replaced the calls to IM executables as said.
by jumpjack
2018-07-18T06:22:19-07:00
Forum: Fred's Scripts
Topic: Splitting spherical/pano image into square "components"
Replies: 5
Views: 8299

Re: Splitting spherical/pano image into square "components"

Ok this set of commands, applied to 4 different spherical images created moving around a room (from test01.jpg to test04.jpg) should produce 48 different images, which should allow a 3d reconstruction of the room. Source images must be spherical images, 235° FOV, 2048x2048. ./fisheye2rect -i 235 -o ...
by jumpjack
2018-07-18T03:33:56-07:00
Forum: Fred's Scripts
Topic: Splitting spherical/pano image into square "components"
Replies: 5
Views: 8299

Re: Splitting spherical/pano image into square "components"

Ok now I am a bit confused. :shock: Input images for pano2rect and fisheye2pano scripts (from your pages): http://www.fmwconcepts.com/imagemagick/pano2rect/images/testimage2_diagram.jpg http://www.fmwconcepts.com/imagemagick/fisheye2pano/images/testimage2_diagram.jpg pano2rect output: http://www.fmw...