What is it?

It’s a program that turns screenshots into maps. To be more precise, it takes a directory full of numbered, ordered, high-frame-rate (eg. 60fps or 30fps) screengrabs, or a losslessly-compressed video, and tries to merge them into a single image by figuring out where they line up with each other.

Download

Screenshot Autostitcher 0.7 (321KB)

Older versions

What’s new

  • 17/11/2008 0.7
    Fixed masks, which were broken in 0.6. Added UI to configure the background fill colour. Rearranged GUI into tabs to save some space. Added frame cropping. Added checkboxes to control when crop/frame numbers are reset.
  • 7/11/2008 0.6
    Big update! AVI support! PNG, PCX, GIF support! Supports much larger maps! Improved file sequence loading! Frame selection! Stitch following! Log and graph hiding! File size bloat! Quite possibly broke some things, let me know if I did!
  • 17/10/2008 0.5
    Fixed masking bug relating to colour depth. Made window remember if it was maximised.

Older changes