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 Post subject: New User
PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2005 4:06 pm 
I just installed Andrea Mosaic and wondered what all of the different options meant. What is the difference between the mosaic, cinescope, portrait, square, and ntsc? I downloaded the program for the mosaic, but I was curious about the rest.


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 Post subject: Re: New User
PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2005 4:39 am 
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The different programs offer different aspect ratios of the tiles, i.e. of the images in your image collection (not the final mosaic).

Standard - All tiles will have aspect ratio 4:3. Use it for standard images.

Portrait - All tiles will have aspect ratio 3:4. Use it for images that are mostly in portrait format. For example photos of faces.

Square - All tiles will have aspect ratio 1:1. Use it for square tiles. So every tile will have same width and height.

Cinescope - All tiles in have aspect ratio 16:9. Use it for images extracted from movies typically in PAL Format.

NTSC - All tiles will have aspect ratio 12:8. It is very similar to the Cinescope but it should be used for movies extraced from the NTSC Format (this format is mostly used in North America).


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