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Show Imagenode in AugeLab Studio allows you to visualize an input image within the Studio interface. It displays the image and provides a button to view the image in a separate image viewer window.
Show Imagenode displays an input image in the Studio interface. It provides a button that opens a separate image viewer window to view the image in more detail. This node is useful for visualizing images within your data processing pipelines.
- Node Title: Show Image
- Node ID: OP_NODE_SHOW_IMAGE
Show Imagenode has the following input socket:
- Image: The input image to be displayed. Connect an image to this socket.
Show Imagenode does not have any output sockets.
Show Imagenode does not require any additional configuration.
- 1.Drag and drop the
Show Imagenode from the node library onto the canvas in AugeLab Studio.
- 2.Connect the input image to the Image input socket of the
- 3.Run the pipeline.
Show Imagenode will display the input image within the node's interface.
- 5.Click the See Image button to open a separate image viewer window and view the image in more detail.
- 6.The image viewer window will display the image with additional controls for zooming, panning, and exploring the image.
- 7.Close the image viewer window when finished.
Show Imagenode uses the default image viewer provided by AugeLab Studio. The image viewer allows you to view the image in a separate window with various interactive features.
- The input image can be any image format supported by AugeLab Studio, such as PNG, JPEG, or TIFF.
Show Imagenode is resizable, allowing you to adjust the size of the node within the Studio interface to accommodate larger images.
Show Imagenode does not perform any image processing or analysis. Its purpose is solely to display the input image for visualization purposes.
- The See Image button opens a separate image viewer window, allowing you to view the image in more detail and interact with it using the provided controls.
That concludes the documentation for the
Show Imagenode in AugeLab Studio. This node allows you to display and visualize images within the Studio interface, providing a convenient way to inspect and analyze image data in your data processing pipelines.