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I am trying to compare tif iamges using 7.0.8 version. The tif images are gray in color and has white background and when i am trying to compare its throwing me error " -1.#IND<-1.#IND> "
Can you please help me with this?
If i use the comparing command with verbose, i am getting the below error.
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Channel distortion: MSE
red: -1.#IND (-1.#IND)
green: -1.#IND (-1.#IND)
blue: -1.#IND (-1.#IND)
all: -1.#IND (-1.#IND)
80 640x480+0+0 32-bit sRGB 4.68795MiB 0.094u 0:00.106
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What was your exact command?
What does "magick identify -verbose" say about the two inputs? In particular, do any of the input channels have weird values like "-1.#IND"?