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[filmscanners] Re: Is there a way to scan a panoramic image withScanwit 2720



There is a product called PhotoSuite ver 4, Platinum edition, made ny
MGI, a Canadian Company, which was recently bought out by an US company.

The Platinum edition has a stitching program built in that is supposed
to assist in getting everything lined up and the color adjustments
correct. (the LE version doesn't have this feature).

It isn't a very expensive program, well under $100, but I have to admit
I've yet to install it on my system, so I don't know how good it is.

If you have Photoshop, what Denis suggested will work, but be careful
about getting the scans to have similar color and density.

Art

M. Denis Hill wrote:

> I was thinking as well to scan the left side of it and the right side of it
> separately and then to stitch the two images together digitally.
> But I don't know what is the best software to do this kind of thing.
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks
> Titus
>
> If you have Photoshop, you don't need actual stitching software. Just:
>
> open both images
> with the first selected, increase canvas size to accommodate entire image
> use the move tool to drag second image onto first
> set transparency of the new layer to 50%
> zoom in and align
> set transparency of the new layer to 100%
> flatten image
>
>
> M. Denis Hill



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