What are you going to do if you need to scan something larger than your scanner? The only way to get over the problem is to scan several parts several times and then glue the parts in some image editor. But the job isnt as easy as it seems. Gluing the parts precisely will require a ton of manual operations, even if all the parts are scanned precisely and aligned properly. And if, in addition, you need to «slightly rotate the third part», your case will be nearly hopeless. The only way to get that done without the pain is to have it embodied in RasterStitch software.
Heres how you achieve the perfection. Scan parts of the image and allow a slight overlapping. Then select only two points available on the both scanned parts and place them on the line of overlapping. RasterStitch will do the rest combine the images in a few seconds!
RasterStitch allows you to set joining points with a high level of precision through the two-stage pointing process when you click on an image area, youll see the zoomed «Micro View» of the area and will be able to select the point. This method requires the minimum of hand work and works great even with documents.
RasterStitch understands all popular raster image formats (JPG, GIF, PNG, etc.) you can both load and save them, and even set up the quality and other storing parameters. And if you need to crop parts before joining or rotate them 90 or 180 degrees, there is a single button for each task.
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