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Old 07-24-2005, 09:05 PM
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Image From Parts of Multiple Images

Okay, so this is the first time i've even looked at scripting, but i have a pretty easy task for scripting for a first go.

I have a folder of sequentially named jpg files that are all the same size. They are all 352x240 pixels.

This is what i want to try to do with those images:
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I want to make a long horizontal image 'stacking then offsetting" each image as 3px wide verticle strips. So, 3 pixels of each image would become part of the main image. Each of the 3x240 images would get placed in to a master document in order from left to right.

I would want the 3px sample to come from the center of the image (so about 175 pixels) from the top right.

The total dimension of the image that i would try to create in the end would be approximately 1500 pixels wide by 240 pixels tall (3px * 300 + 352 * 2).
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I know this probably sound sort of useless to you guys/gals, but i saw someone take a movie, and sample parts of each frame and stack them offset horizontally to make a really cool abstract image and i am trying it out myself.

Any help getting me on the right track would be appreciated, I am a strong with web coding but am pretty much a lame programmer.

Thanks a million.
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Old 07-25-2005, 11:42 AM
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Hi there Cameronch, welcome to RetouchPRO!

First a couple of questions.....

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The total dimension of the image that i would try to create in the end would be approximately 1500 pixels wide by 240 pixels tall (3px * 300 + 352 * 2).
3 pixels from each of the 300 images, OK. But what is the 352 * 2 bit?
If you are going to have a start and finish image, then wouldn't it be half of each, like 176 (left part of the first) + 3 * 300 + 176 (right part of the last)?
Or did I get it wrong?

2) Which version of Photoshop are you using, 7.0 or CS? (Makes a bit of diference).

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Old 07-27-2005, 11:48 AM
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Thanks for the repy.

Sorry about the confusion, the last bit "+ 352 * 2" can be disregarded. What i meant by this part is that i was going to start the final image with a full sized image, and end it with a full size image.

full size 352px , 3px , 3px , 3px , 3px ..... (x times) ..... , full size 352 px

But this doesn't need to be dealt with programmatically, i can just add them in at the end.

I am using Photoshop CS

Thanks Again.
Sorry about the delay in responding, i didn't realize that you replied.

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Old 08-02-2005, 03:11 AM
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can anyone help me with this? Thanks
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