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how does imagesearch do pattern recognition? or how do you think it does


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it takes a long time grabbing the entire screen on the px level. yet with the printscreen button it happens in an instant and theres no lag whatsoever. so i am guessing there is some discrepancy between the pixelget and imagesearch method. purely out of curiosity i wonder how does imagesearch actually grab and render the screen? does anyone know? please explain this to me.

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I guess imagesearch has to compare a set of pixels, not just 1, what this means is that it may find some pixels of the same color,

but then has to check if all the others are the same, to give a positive on a "set" this takes time.

This is my explanation based on my logic, that may be wrong.


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