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Collage making software (lots of little pictures)

Cherry Li , Jul 08, 2003; 07:41 p.m.

I'm trying to make a collage by arranging about 500 little photos to make one big picture, and i'm wondering if anyone knows of a software that can automatically arrange them. Thanks a lot for your help! ~Cherry

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Barry Thomas , Jul 09, 2003; 02:46 a.m.

Try Centarsia. Your "source" pictures need to cover a wide range of colours to make the finished mosaic look ok. Otherwise, if they are say all landscape shots - trees, grass and stuff - the final mosaic will come out looking a bit green.

Theo Papageorgiou , Jul 09, 2003; 04:56 a.m.

Hi,

Try PixTool software index:
www.pixtool.com

Cheers,

Theo

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