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Hi All,

Can anyone direct me to any great Auto Stitching programs for an iMac?

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Can you clarify a bit exactly what it is you'd like to do?

I'm going to assume you mean "build a panorama out of several shots," since you put this in the Photography section.

I'd probably suggest you take a look at Photoshop Elements, which has a very good auto-panorama function.
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Thanks for your reply, Chas. Yes, what i want to do is scan 1 - 4 shots on my A4 scanner and then add them together. I'm not looking for panorama shots exactly. My main aim is scanning old record covers in 4 pieces then having an auto program put the parts together. Auto Stitch used to work a treat on my pc but now I've moved to Mac I can't seem to find any. I really want one that does it automatically.

Any help would be terrific!

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I'd again suggest Photoshop Elements. I have a friend who hunted down a legal-size scanner -- rare these days -- specifically for the purpose of compositing scans of album covers. It's too late tonight to call him and ask him exactly what his workflow is, but I would be he uses PS Elements' "merge photos" function.
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Thanks again for your helpful reply, Chas! Really appreciated and I will check outm that program this weekend.
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I'll throw this in the mix for you to look at as well: Comparison of Autopano Pro and Autopano Giga software | Kolor


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