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Photomerge Panorama in Elements 14

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Feb 16, 2020

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I use PE 14 and when I try to create a panorama using photomerge in Guided edit mode, I keep getting the message "Documents must be saved before they can be merged"  Save where?  I open the photos I want to merge, they show up in the photo bin, I select them (CTRL + Enter), but when I hit the "create panorama" button, I just get the same message above and won't let me go any further.  Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?..

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This was a known issue in PSE14. The message appeared when an image in portrait mode was recorded as if it had been taken in usual landscape mode: pixels lines along the long edge and the orientation of the picture just indicated by an exif tag.

The workaround was to resave the image to a new file so that the pixels lines were along the short edge.

That bug has been corrected in newer PSE versions. There were other bugs for panoramas in PSE14...

 

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Photomerge Panorama in Elements 14

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I use PE 14 and when I try to create a panorama using photomerge in Guided edit mode, I keep getting the message "Documents must be saved before they can be merged"  Save where?  I open the photos I want to merge, they show up in the photo bin, I select them (CTRL + Enter), but when I hit the "create panorama" button, I just get the same message above and won't let me go any further.  Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?..

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Correct answer by MichelBParis | Adobe Community Professional

This was a known issue in PSE14. The message appeared when an image in portrait mode was recorded as if it had been taken in usual landscape mode: pixels lines along the long edge and the orientation of the picture just indicated by an exif tag.

The workaround was to resave the image to a new file so that the pixels lines were along the short edge.

That bug has been corrected in newer PSE versions. There were other bugs for panoramas in PSE14...

 

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This was a known issue in PSE14. The message appeared when an image in portrait mode was recorded as if it had been taken in usual landscape mode: pixels lines along the long edge and the orientation of the picture just indicated by an exif tag.

The workaround was to resave the image to a new file so that the pixels lines were along the short edge.

That bug has been corrected in newer PSE versions. There were other bugs for panoramas in PSE14...

 

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Thank you MichelBParis.  

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