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Re: Merging 2 tiff images into a single image

by jethro (Monsignor)
on Jul 05, 2012 at 17:33 UTC ( #980122=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Merging 2 tiff images into a single image

Are you sure that the program you are checking the file with can display/work with multi-image tiff-files at all? Tiff seems to allow multi-image files, but that doesn't mean that a picture-viewer necessarily can handle that

Also a tiff multi-image seems to mean that there are just multiple images stored in this file, it doesn't necessarily mean 'merged'. What do you mean by merged? Should the images be added as a superimposed picture, should the two pictures be appended horizontally or vertically? Or should they really stay separated (which I wouldn't really call merged)?

If for example you want to create one big picture made out of the two pictures fitted together horizontally, you probably have to create an image of the appropriate size and then paste the source images into this image. This might be possible with the 'paste' method of Imager::Transformations

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Re^2: Merging 2 tiff images into a single image
by zameer (Initiate) on Jul 05, 2012 at 21:16 UTC

    Thanks for looking into this. I am using MS Office Picture Manager. I want the 2 images to be next to each other. I have picked the wrong word to describe the situation. Thanks for pointing that. I am trying with paste functionality but not there yet. Will keeep posted.

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