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Script alert photmerge panorama

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Jun 13, 2019

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When working in photomerge panorama I get a script alert. "Some images cannot be automatically aligned. No fill area can be created". I get to see the composite photo and there is nothing wrong with that. However, when the popup is clicked away, the photo also disappears. This is no longer available. Does anyone have a solution for this.

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Script alert photmerge panorama

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When working in photomerge panorama I get a script alert. "Some images cannot be automatically aligned. No fill area can be created". I get to see the composite photo and there is nothing wrong with that. However, when the popup is clicked away, the photo also disappears. This is no longer available. Does anyone have a solution for this.

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Hi Jan-willemv,

Sorry that you're getting an warning message "Some images cannot be automatically aligned. No fill area can be created" while working with Panorama in Photoshop Elements.

Which version of Photoshop Elements are you using and on which  operating system?

Have you tried combining images 1 to 9 and then 10 to 18? Then try joining the two saved panorama images into one. Or you could try creating a blank template: File >> New >> Blank File

Choose the overall width and height, together with resolution then drag and drop the two saved images on to the canvas. Drag each into position and use the corner handles to scale and merge. If necessary use masking with the brush tool.

This will ensure you use as much available memory from Elements and help us identify if this issue is related to memory.

Thanks,

Akash

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Hi Akash,

Thanks for your comment.

I work with photoshop elements 2018. I have a new windows computer. I have the ability to create more space than elements suggested. It certainly couldn't be the fault.

I already get the error message when pitching three images.

I quickly tried what you suggested, but I find that a lot of work. It should just work in photomerge.

Greeting Jan-willem

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I have got the same problem. Have you find the answer yet?

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