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Using Elements stitcher in PS

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Old 07-10-2002, 08:02 AM
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Using Elements stitcher in PS

I hadn't heard of this before, and I know many of you own both Elements and Photoshop (plus Elements is so inexpensive this might be worth buying it just for this), so I asked for permission from Daryl Pritchard to repost this.

For those who don't know, Elements has an excellent panorama stitcher called Photomerge. It's frequently listed as perhaps the only thing PS users might be jealous of in Elements.

Photomerge does indeed work as a automation plug-in for both PS6 and PS7. For those who have PE and wish to add Photomerge to PS6 or PS7, the following files are needed, with placement into the paths given (PS7 used in example):

PhotomergeAuto.8li ==>

Copy from ...\Adobe\Photoshop Elements\Plug-Ins\Automate
Copy to ...\Adobe\Photoshop 7.0\Plug-ins\Adobe Photoshop Only\Automate

PhotomergeUI.8BF and PhotomergeRender.8BF ==>

Copy from ...\Adobe\Photoshop Elements\Plug-Ins\Filters
Copy to ...\Adobe\Photoshop 7.0\Plug-ins\Filters

You can now uninstall Elements

Note that these filters are copyrighted by Adobe, and you should not use them if you aren't a registered owner of Elements, and should never share them for any reason.
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