Samuhn I was able to successfully and quickly produce single page. Sign up using Facebook. You can avoid getting the multi;age by adding -quit right after convert and before the input image. Sign up using Email and Password. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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But you can take two images and make then two channels R or G or B and make the extra channel black. I do not understand what you have done in ImageJ. Can you tell me what you did and I can then repeat it and then figure out what to do in Imagemagick. Your two input images look the same or nearly so.
The expected output also looks the same. But your comparison has red on one side. That is confusing to me. The two input images and the expected output image are all grayscale one channel and 20 pages.
So I do not see any differences. I will give some inputs to you, because I think this is something very specific to my field. There we have a camera which acquires grayscale images. This camera then takes for example every minute a picture, additionally there are different filters in front of the camera which allow light of wavelength e.
All information is then saved in a multipage tiff e. Software to analyze this kind of pictures imagej and others show the information about the time point and the wavelength of one slide of the tiff as additional dimensions.
You can see this in output. You can also see the two sliders at the bottom to change either the "channel" or the timepoint. Some images even have a z dimension which is for the slice of 3D images. I assumed this dimensions "c", "t" and "z" are somehow incoded in the tif format, but as just said I guess this is not the case and the information about them is in this property comment.
So I just have to adjust this comment. ImageMagick can only do a copy the tag from one of the input images and set it to the output. I will try this and see if it works.
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