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Actually, I just found this other xml file that might be closer (I used to think of it as a worthless artifact of HDMake):
<Image TileSize="254" Overlap="1" Format="jpg" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/deepzoom/2008">
<Size Width="51584" Height="52480"/>
I have a project which starts with slides scanned to .ndpi files, and ends up with a viewer based on OpenSeadragon and various plugins. Can someone point me to the .ndpi OSD tile source? :-)
Currently, my pipeline uses ndpi2tiff, ImageMagick's convert to split into 8X8 jpg tiles and finally HDMake to merge the tiles into a single seadragon pyramid.
Anyone else have a different pipeline and/or other suggestions (saw: openseadragon/openseadragon#530)
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viewer.setMouseNavEnabled(true);doesn't seem to affect them
I saw that site! But they don't have multiple focal plane support that I can see.
What such support would do?
Yes, that looks like a great place to start! Would making it a plugin be a huge undertaking? (for an OSD newbie?)
You would need to re-implement it entirely but as @iangilman said, starting from the scalebar plugin and the selection plugin should help you a lot.
The end result is hopefully something like a fine focus on a microscope.
How should OSD know how to merge the different planes?
do you use overlays for layers?
@altert no each layer is a dzi pyramid (tiled image). This is using this api: http://openseadragon.github.io/examples/multi-image/