Opencv-python xphoto.inpaint error

Hello

I am trying to use opencv inpainting tools via opencv-python package (version ‘4.5.5’).

In my starting tests I have suceed using cv2.inpaint ( both cv2.INPAINT_NS and cv2.INPAINT_TELEA algorithms ). However, using cv2.xphoto.inpaint, I am only suceed using cv2.xphoto.INPAINT_SHIFTMAP algorithm. I am not able to get results when using INPAINT_FSR_FAST and cv2.xphoto.INPAINT_FSR_BEST.

The images to inpaint are multiband (ENVI format) and I want to inpaint band by band and then stack the inpainted bands in a result inpainted file.The succesful line code for SHIFTMAP algorithm:
cv2.xphoto.inpaint(band2xphoto, mask_inv, res_SHIFTMAP, cv2.xphoto.INPAINT_SHIFTMAP)

The failing lines codes for FSRBEST and FSRFAST:


cv2.xphoto.inpaint(band2xphoto,mask_inv, res_FSRBEST, cv2.xphoto.INPAINT_FSR_BEST)
       
cv2.xphoto.inpaint(band2xphoto,mask_inv, res_FSRFAST, cv2.xphoto.INPAINT_FSR_FAST)

The type of all data arrays are numpy.ndarray and their data types are:

mask_inv.dtype:  dtype('uint8')
band2xphoto.dtype: dtype('float32')
res_FSRBEST.dtype: dtype('float32')
res_FSRFAST.dtype: dtype('float32')

The shapes of the data are the same (569, 888)
The mask_inv values are: 1 for valid data y 0 for pixel to be inpainted
According the opencv documentation for cv2.xphoto,inpaint (INPAINT_FSR_BEST and INPAINT_FSR_FAST algorithms), the data range for band2xphoto float32 array lies between 0 to 1.

The output python error is:


cv2.xphoto.inpaint(band2xphoto,mask_inv, res_FSRBEST, cv2.xphoto.INPAINT_FSR_BEST)
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/var/folders/86/70ygk3f915z5fwd7nrqc5g9r0000gn/T/ipykernel_62454/3241883758.py", line 1, in <cell line: 1>
    cv2.xphoto.inpaint(band2xphoto,mask_inv, res_FSRBEST, cv2.xphoto.INPAINT_FSR_BEST)

error: OpenCV(4.5.5) /Users/runner/miniforge3/conda-bld/libopencv_1648505771520/work/modules/core/src/matrix_wrap.cpp:1166: error: (-215:Assertion failed) !fixedType() || ((Mat*)obj)->type() == mtype in function 'create'

Looking for help in the web, I guess that the problem could be related to opencv types detailed in the opencv documentation:


"1-channel grayscale or 3-channel BGR image are accepted.
Conventional accepted ranges:
    0-255 for CV_8U
    0-65535 for CV_16U
    0-1 for CV_32F/CV_64F."

However, I am not sure that that was the problem. Nevertheless, I do not succed in managing this issue

Regards
Josep

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i could reproduce it, from c++ even
(not a problem with your data or the python wrappers)
(it also segfaults with SHIFTMAP and a full-on mask),
then, there is a long list of issues about it already

@jcoca, thank you for the report,
let’s see, what comes out of it !