Recipes are built in the Image Processor, and are a sequence of image processing steps, in the right order and with the right settings, which work to identify features of interest from your image. Each step you take gets automatically recorded. Recipes are completely non-destructive, meaning that previous steps can be edited or removed, new steps inserted, and changes will propagate down the rest of the sequence. Any step of a Recipe can be double-clicked to show its result.
In addition to processing steps, Recipes can also contain global measurements. If there are no Layers in a Recipe when it is run on an image or a batch, all global measurements will be performed on the last Recipe step. If there are layers, all global measurements will be performed on each layer.
Once saved, a Recipe can be applied to another image in the Image Processor, or automatically to a set of images in the Batch Processor. You’ll be amazed at the range of problems you can solve with this technology.
One of MIPAR’s many features that no competitor can match is the ability to receive custom recipes from our expert anytime. Just submit an image here, and we’ll return a Recipe for your task as quickly as possible.
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