Usage 1 (Forward warp): WarpTimeSeriesImageMultiTransform ImageDimension <moving_image.ext> <output_image.ext> -R <fixed_image.ext> <MyWarp.ext> <MyAffine.txt> [interpolation]

Usage 2 (Inverse warp): WarpTimeSeriesImageMultiTransform ImageDimension <fixed_image.ext> <output_image.ext> -R <moving_image.ext> -i <MyAffine.txt> <MyInverseWarp.ext> [interpolation]

Usage Information


: 3 or 4 (required argument).


: The image to apply the transformation to. The moving_image will be either a 3-D image with vector voxels or a 4D image with scalar voxels.


: The resulting image. Output will be of the same type as input, but will be resampled to the domain size defined by the -R image.

<MyWarp.ext> <MyAffine.txt>

: Mappings can be stringed together, e.g.: MyAffine.txt MySecondAffine.txt MyWarp.nii.gz MySecondWarp.nii.gz -i MyInverseAffine.txt



: Will use the inversion of the following affine transform.


: Reference image space that you wish to warp into.


: Equivalient to -i -mh, or -fh -i -mh if used together with -R. It uses the orientation matrix and origin encoded in the image file header.


: Computes the tightest bounding box using all the affine transformations. It will be overrided by -R <reference_image.ext> if given.

  • These options can be used together with -R and are typically not used together with any other transforms.



: Use Nearest Neighbor Interpolator


: Use 3rd order B-Spline Interpolation.