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Image Color Match
Image Color Matchnode in AugeLab Studio performs color matching between an input image and a reference image. It adjusts the color distribution of the input image to match the color distribution of the reference image.
Image Color Matchnode uses histogram matching to align the color distributions of the input and reference images. It applies the color mapping obtained from the reference image's histogram to the input image, resulting in color-matched output.
- Node Title: Image Color Match
- Node ID: OP_NODE_IMAGE_COLOR_MATCH
Image Color Matchnode has the following input sockets:
- 1.Input Image: The input image that you want to color match.
- 2.Reference Image: The reference image whose color distribution will be used for color matching. If no reference image is provided, the input image will be color-matched to itself.
Image Color Matchnode has the following output socket:
- 1.Output Image: The output image after color matching.
- 1.Drag and drop the
Image Color Matchnode from the node library onto the canvas in AugeLab Studio.
- 2.Connect the input image to the Input Image input socket of the
Image Color Matchnode.
- 3.(Optional) Connect a reference image to the Reference Image input socket of the
Image Color Matchnode. If no reference image is provided, the input image will be color-matched to itself.
- 4.Run the pipeline.
Image Color Matchnode will output the color-matched image through the Output Image output socket.
- 6.Use the output image for further analysis or display it in the console.
Image Color Matchnode performs color matching between the input image and the reference image by aligning their color distributions using histogram matching.
- If no reference image is provided, the input image will be color-matched to itself. This can be useful for enhancing the color distribution of the input image.
- The input and reference images must have the same dimensions. If they have different dimensions, an error will be logged, and an exception will be raised.
- The output image will have the same dimensions and data type as the input image.
That concludes the documentation for the
Image Color Matchnode in AugeLab Studio. This node allows you to perform color matching between an input image and a reference image, ensuring that the color distributions of the two images are aligned.