From: Sam Laur (slaur_at_utu.fi)
Date: 2008-05-18 14:01:29
Wolfgang Moser wrote: > Micha, as already seen with the two sample image file > from Friday there is again a small GAP between these > two rows instead of an overlap. I was able to estimate > to correct distance with the help of some cut out > fragments. I have no problems making composite rows, but indeed, vertical merging is hard because there is no overlap. I'm actually using a "panorama making" software intended for stitching together digital camera pictures. (The Panorama Factory, running pretty much on default settings, and combining pictures automatically). Full rows are about 30-40 MB each :) Just did two rows at full resolution, and it takes maybe five minutes per row to process, so it's not a big effort. Merging the row images, on the other hand, will be a bit more difficult... > By the way, such big overlays as with the horizontal > ones may have a big advantage. Currently I'm using Yes, I agree, a big overlap in this case is just a good thing. The automatic combiner runs much better in this case as well. Sam Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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