Photo Mosaic Help, Tutorials and Manuals
Help files for our software
All our programs have a context-sensitive help systems. To access help files for Windows programs simply press the F1 key to activate context help system. For Mac OS X program please use a special round help buttons beside interface elements. Both Win and Mac programs have Help menu that contains additional links to convenient Getting started, Hints and Tips and Step-by-Step help sections.
Also you may see the same help files online. They will be opened in a new browser window.
Simple Mazaika Video Tutorial
Simple, all in one, tutorial. It will give you a general idea how Mazaika works.
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Click 2 Crop and Mazaika Video Tutorial
This video shows how to prepare photos for photo mosaic tiles. Click 2 Crop photo editor is an ideal software for fast and accurate cropping, cutting and resizing photos.
Making a Photo Mosaic Library with Mazaika
This video shows how to create a library for image mosaic program Mazaika in details. The library, once created, can be reused for different photographic mosaic projects.
Rendering a Photo Mosaic with Mazaika. Advanced Tuturial!
This video shows how to build a photo mosaic from only few of your own images. We explain how to make a good looking photo mosaic from very limited number of tile images. This is a real life case. The mosaic was assembled from only 138 old photos. They were prepared with Click 2 Crop, as was said in the example above.
Note: "Use All Pics" method, that was used in this video, works well only when you have a small library! If the number of images in the library is the same or more than the number of tiles in your mosaic please don't use this function. Use a normal rendering preocess.
Saving a Photo Mosaic in an image file format with Mazaika
This video shows how to save your rendered mosaic in an image file.
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