CPFind --ransacmode xy

Asked by Markus Müllner


I want to stitch several hundred images taken with a microscope. The image overlap by at least one third and don't need to be scaled, rotated, panned or yawed. I've got problems finding suitable Control Points using CPFind because the RANSAC algorithm has no mode for optimizing translation only. Any ideas or recommendable tools for finding points that fit in rotation and scale?


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tmodes (tmodes) said :

The default RANSAC mode for normal images is homography. (The other ransac modes are only used for wide angle or fisheye images). This should not take to much assumptions about the relative position. You could try the parameters --ransaciter and --ransacdist to fine-tune the ransac step.

The translation parameters are not so stable for optimization. So adding these to the ransac step would often result in wrong results.

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