Helicon Focus
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d-Studio, Ltd is developing and supporting Mac version of Helicon Focus under the joint venture with HeliconSoft Ltd.

Autoadjustment tab of the Preferences

The controls on this tab defines how adjacent images in the stack should be adjusted.

Adjustment:

  • Vertical position defines maximum vertical shift between two images in % of their width.
  • Horizontal position defines maximum horizontal shift between two images in % of their width.
  • Rotation defines maximum angle between two images in degrees. For microscope shots this is usually not needed.
  • Magnification defines maximum difference in size between two images in % of their width.
  • Brightness checkbox defines whether brightness of the adjacent images should be normalized.
  • Resample quality is used to preserve details during alignment process. The slower resample quality is the better.
  • Depth map feathering defines the degree of smoothing of the depth map used for method B. Higher values better better mask seams between different focused areas.

Micro Panorama:

  • Vertical position defines maximum vertical shift between two images in % of their width in Micro Panorama mode.
  • Horizontal position defines maximum horizontal shift between two images in % of their width in Micro Panorama mode.
  • Reset to Default button resets all Autoadjustment preferences to default.

Read more… about micro panorama