28 Juli 2011 14:37
is it possible to have white borders around a panorama instead of black ? I like to print my panoramas. It is not always possible to crop to remove all borders. White border are much less intrusives than black.
30 Juli 2011 22:53Pemilik
We don't have this feature, but if you are a Photoshop user then you can set whatever background matte that you want. Do this via the following:
- Export from ICE as a .png file (png contains an alpha channel which enables you to matte onto different backgrounds)
- Load image into Photoshop.
- Select Layer>Matting>Remove Black Matte
- Create a new layer undeneath the panorama layer.
- Fill the new layer with whatever color you desire.
- Ditandai sebagai Jawaban oleh Matt UyttendaeleMicrosoft Employee, Owner 30 Juli 2011 23:14
17 April 2012 16:37
I also lament the absence of an export option with white borders. As Matt Uyttendaele states above, you should save the file as a PNG, and then load it into Photoshop. You don't however need to go into layers so as to remove the Matte Black layer. You can simply save the file as a JPEG, which automatically deletes the alpha channel, and converts the border into white.
It's time consuming, and takes massive amounts of memory, but I think this is the simplest option.
04 Mei 2012 22:43
I'm not sure about the comment above: when I save the stitched panorama as a JPEG, the black background is still there. But I used the following method to change the background to white. I use Microsoft Digital Image Suite, but I assume other applications permit you to do something similar. (I don't personally use Photoshop.)
I first crop the image, then highlight the black corners (or a multi-sided composite black shape, in some cases) one at a time using the Freehand Tool, with which you can make straight-sided shapes with. I then increase the exposure for the enclosed shape to the maximum value, repeating several times as necessary, until it becomes white. I then repeat the process for the other corners until the whole background is whitened, and save the image.