Deep Learning: Blurred square is "off" and not covering license plate

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11-01-2021 03:44 AM
CarstenAndersson
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I am quite new to using the "Classify Pixels Using Deep Learning"-tool.

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I have a number of photos taken with a GoPro 360 camera, and I want to blur the license plate. Using this package https://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=2ae3cf1af09847a48d65c04b9da6a84f in the tool, I am able to produce new rasters, but the blurred square is not always over the license plate itself. In some cases, the license plate is completely blurred, but in other cases a square over the license plate is blurred. What is going? Am I missing a parameter?

The following photo-snippets are part of a 360 degree photo with three cars in it. The tool successfully blurs the first cars license plate. 

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The second car actually blurred the license plate, but as you can see, the blurred square is a little bit off and a lot larger than the license plate itself.

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The third cars license plate wasn't blurred at all. Instead the tool blurred a square over the license plate itself.

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Can someone help me understand what I am doing wrong. Is it because I use 360 degree photos? Is it because the license plates are danish?

Thanks in advance 🙂

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