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  • in reply to: Subvolume deletion in multiphase view #2341
    qsb
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    I see, thank you for the confirmation. We saw the option to replace a previously computed volume, which should be enough for what we are trying to accomplish.

    in reply to: Fusion and registration #2328
    qsb
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    A short follow-up question on registration: is it possible for the user to manually specify multiple point correspondences on two different image series to bootstrap a computed registration within Myrian ? If not, does the SDK allow this sort of parameter to be provided to the built-in registration features ?

    qsb
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    Thank you for your prompt answer, I appreciate it. On the subject of volume alignment in a fused viewport, there are 2 related questions I have:
    – Is it possible to save and then restore the manual alignment done by the user with the controls in the middle viewport (arrows shown in the screenshot of my first post) ? This would at least allow manual alignment.
    – Is it possible to supply our own registration transforms for mapping ? This would maybe allow a roundabout way of replicating a programmatic alignment.

    Thank you for your help !

    qsb
    Participant

    Thank you for your reply ! That was precisely the issue, and setting fusion parameters now works to modify transparency for example. I was sure I had tried the viewport controller first – as we do use it elsewhere in our code – but evidently that wasn’t the case.

    As for the image alignement issue, i.e. translating only the fusion layer which can be accomplished by holding down the “shift” key while using the native Myrian “move” tool: would you have any pointers as to how this can be accomplished programatically ? I haven’t had any luck using the VPTranslate command. Should I be using the anatomical center for this, or some particular property within ISDKViewportData ?

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