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Question about"Efficient subpixel image registration by cross-correlation" code

Subject: Question about"Efficient subpixel image registration by cross-correlation" code

From: Nafise b

Date: 1 Sep, 2010 19:39:06

Message: 1 of 2

I want to use "Efficient subpixel image registration by cross-correlation" by Manuel Guizar , but I have a problem with it.
In fact, my images are 2 blocks which don't have the same size, and I want to find the best place for small block in the big block.
Something that I got from your code is for your code 2 images have same size.
I can not use zeros padding, because my image has black regions, and it determines that part with zero pad part.
What should I do now, if I want to use your code for subpixel image registration?

Best regards,
Nafise

Subject: Question about"Efficient subpixel image registration by cross-correlation" code

From: Sean

Date: 1 Sep, 2010 20:13:05

Message: 2 of 2

"Nafise b" <nafise_b@yahoo.com> wrote in message <i5ma4q$k1t$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> I want to use "Efficient subpixel image registration by cross-correlation" by Manuel Guizar , but I have a problem with it.
> In fact, my images are 2 blocks which don't have the same size, and I want to find the best place for small block in the big block.
> Something that I got from your code is for your code 2 images have same size.
> I can not use zeros padding, because my image has black regions, and it determines that part with zero pad part.
> What should I do now, if I want to use your code for subpixel image registration?
>
> Best regards,
> Nafise

Post your images to http://drop.io or similar.

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