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rjlittlefield [Batch Processing] Revise for new dialog layout
stacker:docs:howtouseit [2020/05/13 04:02] (current)
rjlittlefield [Stacking With DMap] fix list numbering
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 With default settings, DMap processing is broken into three big steps: ​ With default settings, DMap processing is broken into three big steps: ​
  
-  - Computation:​ the entire stack is processed to generate a draft quality depth map by analyzing local image features. +  - Computation:​ the entire stack is processed to generate a draft quality depth map by analyzing local image features. ​\\ \\ 
- +  - Human judgment: the user interactively sets a “contrast threshold” that separates significant detail from irrelevant noise. ​ This is accomplished by using a slider that provides immediate visual feedback. ​ Areas that should be treated as irrelevant noise are shown as black during this step. \\ \\
-  - Human judgment: the user interactively sets a “contrast threshold” that separates significant detail from irrelevant noise. ​ This is accomplished by using a slider that provides immediate visual feedback. ​ Areas that should be treated as irrelevant noise are shown as black during this step. +
   - Computation:​ the depth map is refined based on the contrast threshold, and from that map, the final image is constructed. ​   - Computation:​ the depth map is refined based on the contrast threshold, and from that map, the final image is constructed. ​
  
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