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Blur

Blur Node Documentation

The Blur node in AugeLab Studio applies a blur effect to an input image. The blur operation helps in reducing noise and smoothing out details in the image.

Node Overview

The Blur node applies a blur effect to an input image, resulting in a blurred version of the image with reduced noise and smoothed details.

Node Properties

  • Node Title: Blur
  • Node ID: OP_NODE_BLUR

Inputs

The Blur node has the following input socket:
  • Image: The input image to apply the blur effect. Connect an image to this socket.

Outputs

The Blur node has the following output socket:
  • Blurred Image: The blurred version of the input image after applying the blur effect.

Node Configuration

The Blur node provides the following configuration options:
  • Blur Type: Select the type of blur to apply. The available options are:
    • Average Blur: Applies an average blur effect.
    • Gaussian Blur: Applies a Gaussian blur effect.
    • Median Blur: Applies a median blur effect.
  • Kernel Size: Adjusts the size of the kernel used for blurring. Higher values result in a stronger blur effect.

Usage

  1. 1.
    Drag and drop the Blur node from the node library onto the canvas in AugeLab Studio.
  2. 2.
    Connect the input image to the Image input socket of the Blur node.
  3. 3.
    Select the desired Blur Type from the drop-down list. The available options are Average Blur, Gaussian Blur, and Median Blur.
  4. 4.
    Adjust the Kernel Size slider to set the size of the kernel used for blurring. Higher values result in a stronger blur effect.
  5. 5.
    Run the pipeline.
  6. 6.
    The Blur node will apply the selected blur effect to the input image.
  7. 7.
    The blurred image will be available at the Blurred Image output socket.

Notes

  • The Blur node is useful for reducing noise and smoothing out details in an image.
  • The type of blur to apply can be selected from the available options: Average Blur, Gaussian Blur, and Median Blur.
  • Adjust the Kernel Size to control the size of the kernel used for blurring. Larger kernel sizes result in a stronger blur effect.
  • The Blur node can help in reducing noise and achieving a smoother appearance in images.
  • Experiment with different blur types and kernel sizes to achieve the desired level of blurring and noise reduction.
That concludes the documentation for the Blur node in AugeLab Studio. This node provides a versatile tool for applying blur effects to images, reducing noise, and smoothing out details.