Native both 32 and 64-bit application
Now you may generate huge interactive zoom and pan mosaics directly from Mazaika!
Some interface improvements and optimisation.
New Mosaic Mask screen with new functions for a fine control of rendering sequence.
Few Interface improvements.
Selection of a rectangle region by entering the selection dimensions.
Exporting not used library records into a new library.
Few interface improvements.
Open/Save dialogue boxes with Project/Library preview.
Saving as Photoshop Large Document Format (*.psb) added.
(Adobe Photoshop file format for very large images.)
Saving a large mosaic as a collated pages sequence.
MS Windows Vista (R) compatible Context help system.
Real time color
correction and blending in the main screen.
Improved Forced library feature.
Statistic of different tile images used in mosaic.
An option to open mosaic image after saving.
Option to Correct Tile Colors.
Option to Sharpen Tiles in mosaic.
New save procedure allows you to save a really huge files (10Gb and more .tif or .bmp files).
Library inspector screen added.
Option to add pictures to an existing library.
Option to remove pictures from an existing library.
1 - Forced library option. I.e. option to place all tiles from the specific library into mosaic in the best
suited position. The rest of the tiles could be rendered with tiles from the other collections.
2 - Context help system added.
1 - It's 20 times faster than Mazaika v.1.x.
2 - It could not only adjust distance between images but also could count how many times any given
image could be used.
3 - It could easily zoom in/out view of the mosaic. Use "Ctrl"-"+" / "Ctrl"-"-" keys.
4 - It could blend mosaic tiles with the original
image. I.e. modify tiles according it's place in the
mosaic. Sometimes it could be the only way to make good mosaic.
5,6,7... Use only selected area of the source image for mosaic;
. Render and save only selected area of mosaic;
. Render in "random" order;
. TWAIN scanner support for source images;
. Custom sampling resolution;
. Add borders and grid lines to the saved mosaic;
. Save mosaic as a sequence of images;
. Save mosaic as clickable html table; Etc...