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This will make shapes fatter and although it will make noise all the more noticeable


In binary mode, a pixel will be marked ON if any of its neighbours is ON. This will make shapes fatter and although it will make noise all the more noticeable, it is a good way to get rid of small holes in an image. In greyscale mode, however, each pixel is given the maximum value of the pixels around it. You can toggle between both mode using the "greyscale", or "grayscale" attribute followed by a 0, or a 1. You can also change the shape of the neighbourhood with the "mode" attribute. Mode 0 uses 8 neighbours, and mode 1 uses 4 neighbours forming a cross.
from the library :
cv.jit
Format : External
Environment : jitter / max / msp
freeware
Max 4.x


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