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stitching scans together Gracia M. Littauer 01 Nov 03:14
stitching scans together Will Muir 02 Nov 00:34
  stitching scans together Karl Auer 02 Nov 08:03
Gracia M. Littauer
2002-11-01 03:14:35 UTC (almost 18 years ago)

stitching scans together

does Gimp have the ability to stitch scans together? Is there any way to do it manually??

Will Muir
2002-11-02 00:34:21 UTC (almost 18 years ago)

stitching scans together

I seen a plug-in around some were that was supposed to do this automagickly. I can't remember the name of it but I think it was in the plug-in registry. If not do a google search for it.

Personally I think the best way to do it is to overlap your images and then use layer masks to blend them together. The level tool also can be handy to mach colors. Check around on some of the Photo Shop sites or photography sites for tutorials on this they should apply to the Gimp also.

Hope that helps, Will
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gracia M. Littauer"
To: "Gimp Users Mailinglist"
Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 7:14 PM Subject: [Gimp-user] stitching scans together

does Gimp have the ability to stitch scans together? Is there any way to do it manually??

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Karl Auer
2002-11-02 08:03:28 UTC (almost 18 years ago)

stitching scans together

"Will Muir" wrote:

Personally I think the best way to do it is to overlap your images and then use layer masks to blend them together. The level tool also can be handy to mach colors. Check around on some of the Photo Shop sites or photography sites for tutorials on this they should apply to the Gimp also.

Theres a fairly good guide to this in Grokking the Gimp. Search for "panoramas".

Regards, K.

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