Hi Chris

are you talking about recon-all -hires ...? That has worked for me without cropping to 256.


On Fri, 13 Jan 2017, Chris Adamson wrote:

In the git version I’m trying to use the -hires option on an image. It
initially says that I need the cw256 option to restrict the FOV to 256. I
tried this but initially it did nothing and then when I edited recon-all it
add –cw256 to the mri_convert command to create orig.mgz but the same error
about the FOV came up. Any thoughts?




Dr Chris Adamson

Senior Research Officer

Developmental Imaging, Clinical Sciences


Murdoch Childrens Research Institute

The Royal Children’s Hospital

Flemington Road, Parkville, VIC 3052 Australia

E chris.adam...@mcri.edu.au 




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