Before the rush

Before the rush
by evan-pak

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Using align_image_stack, there is no need to load all the images at once. The whole point is to remap the images to one target image, so if image nr. 1 is your anchor image you can just load that image and another one, get that one aligned to the anchor and then you repeat this to process for your next image. This can be automated using a suitable script ...


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My two cents. 1) Take a look at blender to stabilize video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nU8zqn091rM 2) Do shorter pices of video at a time. Try for example doing sequences of 30-45 frames. 3) Use one frame as a reference to stabilize the rest. So you have a frame 1 on all the aditional sequences. You can remove this repeating frame after. 4) You now ...


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As suggested by @HarryHarrison, batch export the images in substantially smaller size like 600x400 and in 8 bit per channel. At least as a test. This will require 50-100x less memory. Repeat your program tests on that size - it should run way faster and should finish. If you have plenty of memory, the small images will process possibly 50 x faster, but I ...


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The issue may be the size of the images, you're doing images which are 4000x3000, which is considerably larger than 4k resolution, batch scaling your images to a more manageable size before loading into the software may make it finish faster (using less resources). If you plan to turn this into a video, then think practically about where it will be shared, ...



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