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Ignoring lights based on quality score
I have a set of lights where the quality score varies significantly from one to the next. Is it possible for me to set a quality score threshhold to be used during integration where lights falling below the threshhold will not be included in the stack? If not, is there some other parameter (possibly kappa) that could be set to achieve effectively the same results as if lights with a low quality had had been ignored?
You can use the slider in the integrate tab to stack a % of subs based on the score. That would likely be what you're looking for.
Thanks for the reply. But just to be clear: If the top quality score is 100 and I set the slider to 80%, that means all lights with a score of 80 or better will be used, even that means only, say, 60% of the lights will be stacked. Do I have that right?
It means that you'll be stacking 80% of all frames, where 20% will have a lower quality value than those 80%. You can see how many frames will not be included under the slider.