J. B. Rawlings
|Posted on Friday, November 09, 2001 - 8:42 pm: |
I am looking for a tool that will stitch together scans of documents too large for a single scan on a flatbed scanner (such as a 12x12 inch LP album cover). Can your program be used to avoid the curve distortion introduced by other panorama packages?
|Posted on Friday, November 09, 2001 - 11:36 pm: |
While The Panorama Factory is not specifically intended for this purpose, it may be possible to use it to stitch this type of scan.
You can disable the image warping (curve distortion) by selecting Swing lens or rotational camera on the Camera properties dialog (Tools menu).
This method works well to stitch a row of flatbed scans into a larger image.
The Panorama Factory does not directly support mosaic stitching (two-dimensional array of images), but you can use it to stitch the individual image rows, save these images, and then use it again to stitch the rows together into a large image.
See the FAQs Stitching scanned images of large photos and Multi Row stitching for more information.