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Article ID: NSC1004 — Created: 20 Nov 2017 — Reviewed: 5 Feb 2018
Whenever I scan a region of interest, my images do not seem to be stitched together properly. What could be the problem?
There are only a few settings that control the overlap of fields in a scanned region and how the uScope Navigator software combines or stitches them together. Confirm the following settings and re-scan a region of interest to determine if the problem is corrected.
In some rare cases, images cannot be stitched correctly because there isn't enough image data to accurately determine the proper overlap position. In such cases, the uScope Navigator software uses surrounding field stitch data to estimate the overlap position.
Overlap settings control whether or not (and by how much) fields are overlapped when scanning a region of interest. Refer to the following knowledge base article for more information about overlap settings:
Starting with uScope Navigator v4.3, scanned fields can be combined in the background while scanning. This feature reduces the time required to process (stitch) images after the scan is completed. Refer to the following knowledge base article to enable this feature:
There are two distinct image viewers available in uScope Navigator.
Be sure to use the Deep Zoom viewer to determine if the scanned image is actually stitched or not.
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