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Godpraguer commented on 18 Feb 2010
I downloaded the demo version and gave it a run-through. I have to say, Mazaika is quite powerful. My only complaint is that it ran on MUPromo yesterday and I missed out! Some features that I find exceptionally helpful are:

1) The ability to set correction levels.

Very useful if you are working with small libraries with not enough average image color variation to produce a great mosaic representation of a source image. The source image is essentially overlayed on top of the mosaic, altering the color of the mosaic pictures. You can set the level, but in my experience, even the most aggressive correction doesn't hurt the original images.

2) Set repeat levels

It's best to allow the software to intelligently choose images on it's own, but if you have a need to restrict the number of repeats in a mosaic, you can.

3) Statistics report

Allow you to output a table of the paths to each image in the mosaic and the X and Y coordinates of each of it's uses in the final image.

4) Create as many image libraries as you like

This is one of the killer features. Create specific libraries of images for specific purposes. You don't have to include pictures of the car restoration if you just want to create a mosaic of the kids for their grandparents. You can even create libraries from many sources without having to copy images to a central location before importing.

5) Export to TIFF or JPG to specific size (in px, cm or inches), DPI

6) No limits on tiles height/width ratios or tile size

7) Open and render in high resolution.
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