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stitching images together

Postby morscad » Thu May 24, 2018 7:08 am

another newbie question
I have a very basic need that I had thought to be very easily achievable with one TOP, but I am either blindsided and going in the wrong direction, or it is more complex than it needs to be.

I have two images that I am loading in two moviefilein TOPs. I need to create one concatenated output where the two images are stacked vertically with a 50 pixels space between them. I tried the Layout TOP but it doesn't seem to give me the control I need over spacing and alignment. so I decided to go with the Composite TOP, which allowed me to achieve my goal in what seemed to be a much-longer-than-seems-to-need way. only thing, I don't really need the pixel interpolation and the added CPU load that comes with it.. just a simple stack.

is there a simpler way to achieve this?

Thanks
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Re: stitching images together

Postby Gallo » Thu May 24, 2018 1:38 pm

hello,

I usually use a fit TOP for that purpose, but i am no specialist either...
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Re: stitching images together

Postby leroy_lights » Fri May 25, 2018 5:31 am

Hi,

You could also use archo-p's multi-image comp, particularly useful whenn you want to input more than two images!

https://www.derivative.ca/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=5537&hilit=glsl+multi+input
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