End Procedure Resample

When you multiply the pixel count in the old image by an integer, n, every nth pixel goes into the new image without getting averaged with surrounding pixels. If the image is subsequently translated, rotated, or scaled in a procedure requiring interpolation from neighboring pixels, very little information from the original image is lost.

• Tip: For maximum quality; before you register images, perform track-and-stack additions, or blink image pairs in AIP4Win; we recommend that you resample the image to double its original dimensions.

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