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    Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    a really nice function in irfanview is the Panoramic image


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    I have so far failed to see a linux equivalent
    maybe some of you know of one
    or maybe there is an existing script about


    Irfanview does not normally install under Wine
    But the latest non-install version does
    i have attached it here if you are interested (plugins do not work tho as it is not installed)
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    Re: Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    The following programs can do panoramic pictures by fitting the edges of different views:
    hugin and
    fotoxx

    But looking at your picture (4 portraits) I am not sure that is the same kind of panorama that you want. Anyway, it is certainly possible to make a big canvas and put pictures onto it with
    gimp and
    imagemagick

    Have fun
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    Re: Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    That is not a panorama, it's just 4 images stitched together, which any graphics program can do.

    Irfanview will install and run in wine without a problem but needs the missing dll (mfc32.dll I think) from winetools first; I did use it for a while, but then realised that I didn't really need it.
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    Re: Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    Quote Originally Posted by ajgreeny View Post
    That is not a panorama, it's just 4 images stitched together, which any graphics program can do.

    Irfanview will install and run in wine without a problem but needs the missing dll (mfc32.dll I think) from winetools first; I did use it for a while, but then realised that I didn't really need it.

    with respect Greeny programs can do that manually but not the way irfanview does it

    As regards the install could you explain about mfc32.dll what one should do tried mfc42 and mfc30 into system 32 but i am not sure thanx shan
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    Re: Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    Try imagemagick! The tutorials on the internet are very good.

    You can certainly have fun testing several of the tools and features
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    Re: Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    Quote Originally Posted by Olle Wiklund View Post
    Try imagemagick! The tutorials on the internet are very good.

    You can certainly have fun testing several of the tools and features
    Olle

    looks cool will av a look

    Programs run from a terminal:

    animate, compare, composite, conjure, convert, display, identify, import, mogrify, montage, stream
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    Re: Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    Quote Originally Posted by shantiq View Post
    with respect Greeny programs can do that manually but not the way irfanview does it

    As regards the install could you explain about mfc32.dll what one should do tried mfc42 and mfc30 into system 32 but i am not sure thanx shan
    I'd love to, but it's too long since I did it and it is now all forgotten in detail. I could easily have got the .ddl name wrong as well. I don't even remember irfanview being capable of doing that type of panorama, maybe because it is not something I've ever wanted.
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    Re: Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    see next==
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    Re: Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    Well Greeny that is something that i want and value and insofar as i know only irfanview does it this well as a GUI and this quickly; also i have always loved and respected Irfanview always was free and nifty

    I think of it as a bona fide Linux application [ which happens to be on Windows]



    If anyone else knows how to install full version of Irfanview under Wine please tell us



    In the meantime started to fiddle with ImageMagick very nice application too Thank you Olle for bringing it to my attention


    and this does the same as the Irfanview function

    Code:
    montage 1.gif 2.gif 3.gif 4.gif \ -mode Concatenate  -tile x1  montage_cat.jpg
    Works with most extensions too




    Excellent. Problem solved.


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    Re: Panorama image as in Irfanview...

    ok GOT IT much info i got from here

    First install winetricks from synaptic



    then enter
    Code:
    winetricks
    it opens with the Select the default wineprefix click Ok
    tick Install a windows ddl and install mfc42 comctl32


    Then to the installer iview430_setup.exe

    Install Plugins either through the exe; or the zip to place in manually


    All works perfect on Natty and glad about it as it is a great light program with fantastic functions and filters
    POp Art and Harry's Filters especially





    "New" irfanview icons for fun
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