"Kevin Myers" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

On Friday 24 January 2003 21:12, Kevin Myers wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I had an old document that came apart during to scanning, and as a result
> had to be scanned as two separate images.  Now I would like to merge these
> two pieces back into a single image.  The effect that I want is merely
> placing the two original images adjacent to each other.  I don't need to do
> any stitching or anything fancy like that.  Can anyone please give me some
> pointers to help cut down on my research time and learning curve?  I know
> that I could probably dig through the docs and eventually figure this out
> for myself, but I'm already WAY behind on this project and need to avoid
> all possible additional delays.  Thanks!!!
> s/KAM
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You can copy the images sequentially to a new image that you make at least as 
large as the two images you're trying to merge. You can get the dimensions 
using ctl-alt-I, for the information of each picture. Then add the dimensions 
for the dimension of the new image, so both images fit. It maight be useful 
to pick a transparent background.

Then copy and paste each image to the new image, selecting layers - layers, 
channels, paths - then new image to convert the floating image to a new 
layer, for each image.

Then magnify hugely depending on how close you want the match to be, and line 
up the edges of choice as close as you want them by using the "move" tool or 
whatever its called. Then do flatten image.


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