Gimp Stitch: new version, added scale and translations

This new version scale the layer defined as mobile so that the length of the two paths is the same, the process remains the same: we look for two common points in both layers and mark with two paths, the order in which we define the points to create paths is important, for example if in the fixed layer to the first point we use as a reference is the base of a lamppost and the second one the corner of a door frame you must follow that order to define these points in the mobile layer.


This new version allows you to translate the texts of the interface, you can contribute by downloading the .PO and translate it into your language. You can use poEdit to edit and generate the. MO file

Instalando las traducciones/Intalling the translations

In the same folder where you unzip the zip, you must create a folder with the following structure:
    ISO code for your language\
          .MO file
You can find a list of ISO language codes in wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes For the translation into Spanish (Castilian) directory structure would be:
"my plugins folder"\locales\ES\LC_MESSAGES\



4 thoughts on “Gimp Stitch: new version, added scale and translations

  1. downloaded stitch3 and gimpfu2, put both in the same folder, plug-in shows up but does not operate properly (the parameter window does not show up as expected). So, because it seems the stitch3 plug-in does not make use of the advanced features of gimpfu2, i replaced gimpfu2 with gimpfu and the plug-in operates properly.
    So, either it’s not enough to include gimpfu2 in the same folder, or something else is wrong in my case (windows 7, 32 bits, gimp 2.8.10)

    • you’re right, by mistake the plugin imports gimpfu2 but they don’t uses nothing of that script, sorry for the error, i’ve modified and uploaded the zip with the changes, thanks for your help, feel free to contribute with the plugin translating the .po file to the italian language, grazie mille

  2. Looks a lot like the exact-aligner script on the Registry ( But the exact-aligner rotates and scales in one single operation, this gives a better result because the pixel interpolation is only done once (there are also potentially less rounding errors)

    • yes, it look very similar, from what I read of exact-align only need a path so it’s better than mine, at first my plugin was to join layers horizontally and create panoramas

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