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Windows 7: How do I get realistic distance representation using GIMP?

04 Sep 2015   #11

Win 7 64 bit, 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601

Thanks. There are 3 images in total. There are two images below (small). These two images are used to make top image (over-layered with small images shown below). The glare is coming from original small images showing below.

I was talking about the original small images are in different zoom level. I mean that image 2 (right side small image ) is a distant view with displacement.

If I put together these 2 images into top image, the distance part is not aligned in top image. I mean the top image shows shorter displacement compare to original 2 small images.

Is there a way to align the distance part in top image relation to original small images?

Thanks for helping.

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04 Sep 2015   #12

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

Sorry man I don't know which the 2 small images are and which is the top image
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04 Sep 2015   #13

Win 7 64 bit, 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601

I am referring to your post # 10. I hope you downloaded images from following photobucket links.

Overlayered Image -- Top image showing in your post (both cars on same image)

Raw Image 1 -- Small Image shows below (left) in your post #10

Raw image 2 -- Small Image shows below (right) in your post #10


Mike's Image --- I took your image posted on post # 10. I marked the Top image, small image 1 & small image 2 . Will it help you?

I hope this helps.
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11 Sep 2015   #14

Win 7 64 bit, 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601

Thanks for helping with GIMP.

I find that GIMP has scaling & measuring(digital) capability. I posted two images that describe the movement/displacement of CAR(objects).

I know the length of the car is 15.7 feet.(Known measurement).

Is there a way to use GIMP to depict/calculate the distance traveled (unknown measurement) using Image 1 & Image 2?

We can use the points in rear bumper of the cars to traverse the distance. Is it doable?

Thanks for helping.
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 How do I get realistic distance representation using GIMP?

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