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Old 07-09-2017, 09:40 AM   #1
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Default Merging multiple images into a single image

I'm not trying to do photomerging where you combine two separate halves of an image together, but rather I am trying to merge a whole bunch of smaller (tiles) together into a single big image.
If you look at the page at http://tittiesondisplay.com/PBLinks/...hp?y=1979&m=08 it has a whole bunch of smaller images stuck together to form one high resolution centerf0ld. I don't need to do any kind of color matching or alignment as all the various smaller images already fit together. I just need some way to merge them into a single image so I don't have 500 smaller images per picture.
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I think you need some script that combine the files looking at the names, because the names look like x and y coordinates, to me...

LE:
See this if you have Photoshop:
https://forums.adobe.com/thread/492005

or this(not tested by me):
https://github.com/Markavian/tile-merger
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You really want something that can be scripted here, nobody wants to work on 560 files with mouse clicks. Fortunately that's not too difficult since the big picture is nicely grouped into a grid of 35x16 small images, each one 256x256 pixels (except for the last row which is only 211 pixels high).

The convert command from the ImageMagick suite can stitch these together, I did it the following way (this assumes a shell like bash):

Code:
for column in {0..15}; do convert -append 6-$column-{0..34}.jpg ${column}.jpg; done
convert +append {0..15}.jpg Dorothy_Stratten.jpg
First we combine all the rows, then the colums. The result:



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Thanks for the heads up on ImageMagick. I've been playing around with it in php. I've been able to assemble various tiles together into a single image. The code I have for displaying it is
Code:
  header("Content-Type: image/png"); 
  $combined->setImageFormat("png");
  echo $combined;
The thing is, with that, the image is the only thing I can have on the webpage. Might you (or anyone) know how I can embed the contents of an ImageMagick image object as an html IMG object. I'd almost want to put something like
Code:
echo " <img alt=\"Embedded Image\" src=\"";
echo $combined;
echo "\">";
But I obviously have to do more to it than that since all I get is page after page of hieroglyphics.

(disclaimer: I don't know a whole lot about scripting, but I'm pretty good and copying examples and beating on it till I'm able to force it to do what I want)
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A little more internet searching found the trick for me. The line I ended up with is
Code:
echo "<img src='data:image/png;base64,".base64_encode($combined)."' />";
And that did it for me.

I'm probably not going to modify the script that I have at the above provided link (sorry). I'd be too afraid that someone might get the impression that I'm hosting the images rather than merely linking back to playb0y for them.

I think I will put a link on the index page for them back to here to show others how they might be able to do it (if you don't mind).
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