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How to stitch two sets of multiple images together into a panorama and make them be the same size

Asked by Diana Lopez Valadez on 17 Apr 2019
Latest activity Answered by Image Analyst
on 17 Apr 2019
I'm stitching two sets of 4 images each into a panorama based on the Feature Based Panoramic Image Stitching code; however, I need them to be exactly the same size and be stiched around the same similarity points so I can overlay them. I was thinking I could give the second set of images the similarity points of the first and have it be stiched based on that, but I have no idea how to go about that. Any help or other ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Attached are the set of images after being stitched together, but not with mathcing dimensions
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Answer by Image Analyst
on 17 Apr 2019

I'd maybe try to fill the black parts with the mean gray level, then use imregister() to align them. I don't think they need to be the same size to align them but I'm not sure. If they do, then do a segmentation with something like stdfilt() and find the bounding boxes and crop to the largest bounding box (maybe enlarged a little bit).
Attach your 3 images and your script (as you have it so far).

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