[vtkusers] vtkImageReslice zoomed performance - no clipping?
tutmann at gmail.com
Fri Jun 25 09:33:33 EDT 2010
thank you for your explanation.
I still can't help but get the impression something is odd there.
When I call
I get a nice square clipped area, which seems to be scaled up in my QVTKWidget.
And when I start to use
this clipped area will move inside (even outside) my QVTKWidget.
So - what is going on here? Can I help to solve this issue?
Btw: When I never call SetOutputExtent, I get an OutputExtent of:
-2147483648 ,2147483647 ,-2147483648 ,2147483647 ,-2147483648 ,2147483647
2010/6/24 David Gobbi <david.gobbi at gmail.com>:
> Hi Henning,
> The vtkImageReslice filter will clip the image if you call
> SetOutputExtent(), or if you don't set the OutputExtent, then clipping
> is done according the UpdateExtent set by the pipeline. So those are
> the only ways to change the clipping: either set it manually with
> SetOutputExtent, or fiddle with the downstream filters to change the
> I've wanted to write an easier-to-use alternative to vtkImageReslice
> for a very long time (there really isn't any way to make
> vtkImageReslice "smarter" without breaking backwards compatibility in
> one way or another).
> On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 9:13 AM, Henning Meyer <tutmann at gmail.com> wrote:
>> When using vtkImageReslice, I get very low performance, once I zoom
>> into an image. It seems, that vtkImageReslice is rendering a huge
>> virtual image, and is clipping after that, is that true? Could it be
>> changed to be clipped before? Also I found, the clipping is not always
>> correct, as sometimes with certain transforms the output image gets
>> clipped inside the render window.
>> Is there anything I could do here?
>> Thank you,
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