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Article ID: NFL2323 — Created: 3 Sep 2020 — Reviewed: 16 Nov 2020
The Filter Manager in uScope Navigator lets you create filter sequences that can be applied to:
Filters included in a filter sequence are applied to the source image in order. For example, if the filter sequence is composed of the following filters:
Flat-field correction is applied to the image first, followed by brightness adjustment, and finally contrast adjustment.
Benefits of programmed filter sequences is that they can be named & saved and they are repeatable.
Long sequences of filters can take a long time to process. Convolutions, such as Gaussian Blur and Gaussian Sharpen, take an exceptionally long time depending on how they are configured.
The following filters are supported for the various filter sequence types:
|Color Correction File (BIN)1||yes||yes||yes|
|Color Correction File (3DL)2||yes||yes||yes|
|Color Look-up Table||yes||yes||yes|
|Contrast Expand (Process)||—||—||yes|
We recommend you use a filter sequence with Flat-Field Correction for the Overview Camera and Objective Camera.