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GaussianBlur method, strange border on both ends[SOLVED]

asked 2019-07-08 21:51:51 -0500

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updated 2019-07-11 06:45:31 -0500

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When using GaussianBlur, when Width = 5 and SigmaX = 9, strange lines are visible at both ends of the image.
What is the cause of the above?

[Environment]
Visual Studio 2017 C++ Project
OpenCV 4.1.0 x64

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Mat src = imread("C:\\Temp\\test.bmp");
Mat dst1;
Mat dst2;
Mat dst3;
GaussianBlur(src, dst1, Size(5, 5), 8);
GaussianBlur(src, dst2, Size(5, 5), 9);
GaussianBlur(src, dst3, Size(5, 5), 10);
namedWindow("src");
imshow("src", src);
namedWindow("dst1");
imshow("dst1", dst1);
namedWindow("dst2");
imshow("dst2", dst2);
namedWindow("dst3");
imshow("dst3", dst3);
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answered 2019-07-11 01:28:34 -0500

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Solved.
but this code is alternative method.

Mat kernelX = getGaussianKernel(ksize_width, sigma_x);
Mat kernelY = getGaussianKernel(ksize_height, sigma_y);
sepFilter2D(src, src, -1, kernelX, kernelY);
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