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How to convert as single image from two image?

Asked by voxey on 15 May 2019
Latest activity Edited by voxey on 14 Jun 2019
How to convert as single image from two image?
Images: LSK.jpg,RSK.jpg,
Result= get Original Image from two Images.
Image Shape= Height only same, Width different.

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Jan
on 15 May 2019
The question is not clear enough, because you do not mention, which operation you want to apply.
Hi Jan,
My Question is Fuse the two images. both images Widht are different ,but Heigth same. some case Width Same ,Height different from two images.
Fuse means, Emedded [merge ] two image without pixel losee?
notes:
  • Image RSK Width=2040 Heigth==2014
  • Image LSK Width =2001 Heigth==2014
SO, how to merge image with correct position without missmatch?
Jan
on 15 May 2019
To explain "fuse" by "embed [merge]" does not clarify uniquely, what you want to do. What is "the correct position"?

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Answer by KALYAN ACHARJYA on 19 May 2019
Edited by KALYAN ACHARJYA on 19 May 2019

Those images having same height (rows), image1 and image2
result=[image1,image2];
Those images having same widths (columns), image3 and image4
result=[image3;image4];
You can see here for other options (montage)

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KALYAN ACHARJYA , your answer not related to my question?

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