The files I am processing are .jpeg but I’ve been converting them to png although i am not sure there is a major difference between these?[quote=“7rebor, post:2, topic:6138”]
I tried zooming on an image and placing multi-points and then saving the image and returning to it, it doesn’t seem to replicate your problem though. The points seem to be fine, they still scale with the image zoom, and are large enough.
For the purpose of this assignment, I need to count items on the image and show on a separate version of the image the places where I’ve placed my multi-count pointers. Because ImageJ allows you to zoom-in and look closely at the image and place counters. The problem is that these counters scale with your image-scaling in ImageJ, so if I pressed Ctrl + to zoom-in, the counters would remain the same size while my image would zoom-in. This is fine but when I export the photo, using File > Save As, ImageJ would draw the counters/pointers as they would look if the image was scaled at 100%. Since the image is rather large, the counters/pointers look rather small in comparison, almost invisible if I zoomed out of the image to show the full thing. Basically, I have to show these images on a powerpoint and show that, “yes I’ve done the counting”, and “these are the items that I counted”. But if the pointers are too small such that they are invisible on a PPT, then I am in trouble.
The problem with this is that I need to show the counters/pointers when the image is zoomed out, without losing pixels by down-sizing the image so the pointers would look large enough.
Or, I could simply make the pointers/counters large enough in the first place that I wouldn’t have to do Image > Adjust > Size to down-size the image but instead keep it as is.
The end result that I need is the original image with no modifications and a modified image with the counters/pointers next to the items that I need to count, thereby showing all the “work” I’ve done for documentation.