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Voxel Landscape Scott Jacobs via gimp-user-list 20 Mar 21:44
  Voxel Landscape Partha Bagchi 20 Mar 21:56
Scott Jacobs via gimp-user-list
2017-03-20 21:44:47 UTC (9 months ago)

Voxel Landscape

Hey Gang

I have been recreating a street with a voxel program (magicavoxel) and was saving jpg screenshots to try and combine them to look like one continuous photo.

Is this possible with Gimp and if so can someone point me in the right direction.

To clarify I am not trying to put two images into one another but meet them up at the border to look seamless.

Thank you very much for any help, it is much appreciated!

--
flavum (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)

Basically, you are creating a panorama.

There ARE panorama-stitching plu-ins for GIMP.

http://www.shallowsky.com/software/pandora/
(the most current date on this page is 9/3/2007 so either it moved to another site or is no longer being maintained.
It may still work, however.)

http://stitchpanorama.sourceforge.net/
the download link says "Last Update:                        2013-04-01", so it seems more recent.

I personally use Hugin, which is a separate program to stitch panoramas.
(http://hugin.sourceforge.net/)
and about three years ago, the following exchange occurred on
http://www.gimpusers.com/forums/gimp-developer/16252-gimp-2-8

"
Akkana Peck
    
        2014-01-24 16:40:26 UTC (about 3 years ago)      permalink    
    
    
    
    
      
Panoramas (was Gimp 2.8)
      
        
Partha Bagchi writes:

Akkana Peck used to have a panorama plugin called Pandora (http://www.shallowsky.com/software/pandora/). I don't know if she is stillmaintaining it.

I am still maintaining it (though Pandora hasn't changed in years)but Pavel is right that it doesn't re-project, nor does it do anyautomatic stitching. All it does is lay out images with a reasonableoverlap and layer masks so you can stitch them by hand.  Forcomplex panoramas, I use hugin, though I find it difficultto use and wish there was something easier.
	...Akkana
              
    
  
"
and just below "Owen" says: "...Digikam. It seems to take the confusion outof huggin :-)"

Which seems to inply that Digikam uses Hugin.

http://www.zdnet.com/article/how-i-solved-a-digikam-panorama-hiccup/
which dates back a year and a half, shows how someone uses Digikam/Hugin, and solves some problem that a particular
version of Digikam has/had with a particular version of Hugin - as he/she says, the problem may have gone way by now...

Good luck!

-Scott
Partha Bagchi
2017-03-20 21:56:18 UTC (9 months ago)

Voxel Landscape

On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 5:44 PM, Scott Jacobs via gimp-user-list < gimp-user-list@gnome.org> wrote:

Hey Gang

I have been recreating a street with a voxel program (magicavoxel) and was saving jpg screenshots to try and combine them to look like one continuous photo.

Is this possible with Gimp and if so can someone point me in the right direction.

To clarify I am not trying to put two images into one another but meet

them up

at the border to look seamless.

Thank you very much for any help, it is much appreciated!

--
flavum (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)

_______________________________________

Basically, you are creating a panorama.

There ARE panorama-stitching plu-ins for GIMP.

http://www.shallowsky.com/software/pandora/ (the most current date on this page is 9/3/2007 so either it moved to another site or is no longer being maintained. It may still work, however.)

http://stitchpanorama.sourceforge.net/ the download link says "Last Update: 2013-04-01", so it seems more recent.

I personally use Hugin, which is a separate program to stitch panoramas. (http://hugin.sourceforge.net/)
and about three years ago, the following exchange occurred on http://www.gimpusers.com/forums/gimp-developer/16252-gimp-2-8

" Akkana Peck

2014-01-24 16:40:26 UTC (about 3 years ago) permalink

Panoramas (was Gimp 2.8)

Partha Bagchi writes:

Akkana Peck used to have a panorama plugin called Pandora ( http://www.shallowsky.com/software/pandora/). I don't know if she is stillmaintaining it.

I am still maintaining it (though Pandora hasn't changed in years)but Pavel is right that it doesn't re-project, nor does it do anyautomatic stitching. All it does is lay out images with a reasonableoverlap and layer masks so you can stitch them by hand. Forcomplex panoramas, I use hugin, though I find it difficultto use and wish there was something easier. ...Akkana

"
and just below "Owen" says: "...Digikam. It seems to take the confusion outof huggin :-)"

Which seems to inply that Digikam uses Hugin.

http://www.zdnet.com/article/how-i-solved-a-digikam-panorama-hiccup/ which dates back a year and a half, shows how someone uses Digikam/Hugin, and solves some problem that a particular version of Digikam has/had with a particular version of Hugin - as he/she says, the problem may have gone way by now...

Good luck!

-Scott

Also, if you look on my website now, you'll see that for Windows and Mac

you can use the 2.9 series which comes with a plugin for building panoramas.

Partha