By default, object segmentation shows object labels. This means, that each connected component is assigned into a unique category.


When hovering the mouse over the objects, the object label is displayed on the status bar.


The object pannel provides more options on how to deal with detected objects.


Instead of object labels, we may visualize object decisions. It means, that each object is assigned into one of the user-defined classes.


Object labels output:



Object decisions output (when only the foreign object class is considered as foreground):



Note, that multiple classes may be considered as foreground. In such a case, perClass Mira can handle touching objects of different classes.