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Snap to center line?

May 28, 2012, 12:46
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Snap to center line?
Hi folks,

I took a series of photos out of which I want to make a time-lapse movie.

There are 2 points in each photo that I need to have snapped to a center line, so that each photo is vertically straight.

Is there a way in GIMP to specify 2 points and have the entire image move so that those two points are along a central line?

Essentially what happened was, each photo that I took was not perfectly vertical, even though I took pains to ensure that each one was.

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May 28, 2012, 16:58
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RE: Snap to center line?
If the angle of rotation is the same for each image, you can use BIMP
This can apply the procedure gimp-rotate (angle in radians) to the selected images.
Windows compiled plugin, but the linux one is easy to make.

Otherwise one at a time by using auto rotate
A script so nothing special required.
You could open all the images as layers and apply this layer by layer with the same path or one-at-a-time.

I don't use it but does gimp-GAP not have a function for this?

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