[nSLUG] Re: Image utility for Linux?
scottsyms at gmail.com
Tue Apr 24 08:47:51 ADT 2007
I've used panorama tools & hugin to stitch a handful of large colour
tiff photographs. Worked well- tutorials on-site.
It just took awhile.
On 24-Apr-07, at 3:45 AM, Mike Spencer wrote:
> Tim> I don't have any personal experience with this, but I believe the
> Tim> term you are looking for is "stitching".
> Hah! Good. Thank you. Turns out I have pnmstitch on my system but
> no manpage so apropos didn't turn it up. Feh. Found the manpage on
> the net. A first try on 2550 by 3507 PMB images with 90% or more
> overlap failed miserably but there's probably a way to make it work by
> scripting the PBMNet tools.
> Jason> I believe what you want is called "image registration".
> Hm, okay...google-dy-google...
> Yeah, that's what it's called, alright. Comes with extra math, a side
> order of complicated and fries. :-) Lots of stuff out there for
> astronomy and medical imaging that's meant to cope with way harder
> problems than mine. These people:
> for example, seem keen to have you try their software. I'll take a
> run at my problem with pnmstitch before exploring any big software
> - Mike
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