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Picto-liste.png List of commands


SEL is an old and ugly tool (only available on Ubuntu), but it can help. To visualize tie points computed with Tapioca.


The global syntax for SEL is

mm3d SEL ImageDirectory Image1 Image2 

Note : Even if the KH argument is not mandatory, you have to fill it ! By default it is KH=NB. Note : Use ./ for ImageDirectory if you want to use the current directory.


You can access to the help by typing :

mm3d SEL -help 

Mandatory unnamed args :

  • string :: {Directory}
  • string :: {First image name}
  • string :: {Second image name}

Named args :

  • [Name=R] INT
  • [Name=RL1] bool :: {Estimate Homography using L1 mode}
  • [Name=F] string
  • [Name=KH] string :: {In P PB PBR M S NB NT MMD, NB stand for binary Pastis files (default)}
  • [Name=KCpl] string
  • [Name=SzW] Pt2di :: {Size of window}
  • [Name=ModeEpip] bool :: {If mode epip, the y displacement are forced to 0}
  • [Name=SH] string :: {Homologue extenion for NB/NT mode}

Graphic Interface

SEL display a GUI with the 2 image superposed. The first one is colored in blue and the second in orange. If you click on the mouse wheel, you will see the tie points between the two images. If you click right, you will display a contextual menu :
Gui SEL.png

  • Recal
  • "Polygone" : define a polygone for tie points.
  • i1&i2 : display image1 and image2 (default).
  • i1 : display image1 with tie points.
  • i2 : display image2 with tie points.
  • "skull" :
  • PCor
  • Flip : switch between image1 and image2
  • Profil : display image1 and image2 profil
  • Liaison
  • GR
  • Exit : Quit.


For example with the Viabon dataset :

mm3d SEL ./ image_002_00090.tif  image_002_00089.tif KH=NB

Tapioca exemple sift.png