I´m stitching large stacks of tiled planes using Grid/Collection plugin. To avoid the “double vision” effect of not ideal correlations, I stitch the planes from a coordinates file and in addition calculate the overlap with a stringent regression threshold of 0.85 (the next two parameters are 2.5 and 3.5 - change this doesn´t affect much one way or another). This works well for most planes but at the extremes of the Z planes, I get alot of removed images due to the lack of signal and poor correlation. If I drop the regression threshold, it does not remove images but I get the double vision effect.
I´m trying to get this to run trough a script since there would be alot of data going trough it.
My question is: is there a way to tell Grid/Collection to keep the image in the original coordinates of the file if it can´t calculate an overlap that fits to the threshold parameters? I would prefer this solution to changing the threshold across planes to avoid any double vision effects.
Hope this is clear and thanks for any advice.