1 (edited by MarkMarques 2013-09-15 16:12:55)

Topic: Missing "Domain tranfsform filter" in version 1.36

Hi,
I am using the forum to ask what happened to the
"Domain transform  filter" introduced in the  previous beta version
that is misssing in the latest offical version ?

I appeared as the last option in the filters submenu ...

I am working in several 35mm slides captured with 4800dpi =>
lots of pixels ... 6400 x 4800 or so per image...

I tried the "domain transform"  filter in the beta version but I got several memory related errors...

Mostly something like "could not allocate enough RAM" errors  ...

I resized the image to half ( 3800 x 2400 ) and got some good results ...

Nonetheless what happened to such "filter" ?

I forgot, my actual specs are :

Windows 7 32bits and 4Gb RAM 
but almost no Swap  memory file ( 256Mb only in HDD )

THanks in advance

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Re: Missing "Domain tranfsform filter" in version 1.36

I must admit that I don't remember having a filter by that name... It might have been an experiment which I removed because I didn't find it useful. Do you still have that version? Can you tell me when the file is dated?

Michael Vinther

> software developer <

Re: Missing "Domain tranfsform filter" in version 1.36

the version that I used was the 1.35 4 beta version , which is  I usually available from the forum ....

changing a bit subject :
i noticed that the smooth filter in this 1.36 version has a new setting ...
Where can I get some more info regarding this new setting ?

Thanks in advance ...

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Re: Missing "Domain tranfsform filter" in version 1.36

That's cheating... You changed the text of the original question. The "Domain transform  filter" does indeed still exist but you called it something different at first, isn't that right? Anyway, this filter is only available if .net 4 is installed on the PC.

i noticed that the smooth filter in this 1.36 version has a new setting ...

I assume you are referring to the Band stop low limit parameter?
In general it gives the opportunity to apply a band stop filter where Band stop low limit is the lower limit and Filter size is the upper limit. A band stop filter has the ability to smooth artifacts but still keep some details and it is especially useful in conjunction with cloning or layers.
It can be used as a shortcut to perform the filtering described in http://logicnet.dk/Analyzer/help/Degrun … m#Degrunge
- this parameter corresponds to the second smoothing step so by setting it the subtraction is not necessary. I guess I should get that help page updated...

Michael Vinther

> software developer <

5 (edited by MarkMarques 2013-09-16 18:02:59)

Re: Missing "Domain tranfsform filter" in version 1.36

Sorry for the dealy and the "cheating" but I though I needed to change the title in order to keep the historic correct.

Nonetheless thanks for the fast answer ...
So I need to check my .NET 4 installation ...