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Create Panaroma images in Puppy 4.1
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PostPosted: Wed 08 Oct 2008, 09:01    Post subject:  Create Panaroma images in Puppy 4.1  

This morning a fine day . . .
Decided to walk to Elmers End Pond from where I am staying (West Norwood, London)

Well I got there OK and decided to create a panorama shot.

To create such a shot you take 5 or 6 overlapping images.
Got back. Had a look for online image stitching. Could not find anything. Is there anything?
Now I know there is some image stitching program for Linux and I have used it in Puppy but would it work in 4.1?

Wait a minute don't we have some picture editor in Puppy 4.1?
We do! It is called fotoxx. It might . . . just maybe . . .have image stitching . . .
It do! It do!

Basically put your images in a directory
load the first one
select the second one and align by hand
then search and proceed
There was also an auto feature I turned on which comes up next
repeated the procedure and used mtpaint to cut and enhance (saturation) and sharpen and reduce image size.

and here it is . . .

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PostPosted: Wed 08 Oct 2008, 14:05    Post subject: Re: Create Panaroma images in Puppy 4.1  

Lobster wrote:
This morning a fine day . . .
Decided to walk to Elmers End Pond from where I am staying (West Norwood, London)

Well I got there OK and decided to create a panorama shot.

To create such a shot you take 5 or 6 overlapping images.
Got back. Had a look for online image stiching. Could not find anything. Is there anything?
Now I know there is some image stitching program for Linux and I have used it in Puppy but would it work in 4.1?

Wait a minute don't we have some picture editure in Puppy 4.1?
We do! It is called fotoxx. It might . . . just maybe . . .have image stiching . . .
It do. It do.

Basically put your images in a directory
load the first one
select the second one and align by hand
then search and proceed
There was also an auto feature I turned on which comes up next
repeated the proceedure and used mtpaint to cut and enhance (saturation) and sharpen and reduce image size.

and here it is . . .


Good job lobster, I haven't done that since I was in tafe, back then we had to take about 10 pictures and use photoshop cs and stitch them together, it was a bit of a pain, but the outcome was worth it, Just like yours Smile
Yours would make a nice banner ad.
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You could probably use gimp also Smile

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