How to join several images in one
As you know, in every list of works there must always be an image that serves as a preview (and they are obligatory).
However, you may not know how to merge images into a single one. In this tutorial you will be explained how.
NOTE: It is mandatory that you first know how to get screenshots from VLC media player, since we will simply get a maximum of 6 captures.
First, download this images
Let's suppose that these images have been obtained by VLC:
All these images must be joined in a single, then some examples and then the respective tutorials (one in case you do not have Photoshop and the next one if you do).
And how do I match them according to the number of captures?
NOTE: It is also valid that you use a single capture, but it is not recommended.
|Image (central click to expand)||Number of captures||Description|
|2||A simple union, one on top of the other.|
|3||The 2 smaller-sized catches are on the side of each other (in the same horizontal position), while the third (the most prominent) is the one that has twice the dimensions of the previous two and can be up or down.|
|3||A simple union, one on top of the other.|
|4||A simple union.|
|5||The most outstanding capture has twice the size of the other 4 and is surrounded by both above and below.|
|6||This is the maximum tolerated amount. It is a simple union.|
Now see what these images would look like if they were on a list:
The images should always have a width of 236 pixels.
If you do not have Photoshop: Use online editors!
Here is a couple that will serve you:
|Image (central click to expand)||URL and instructions|
This website allows you to work with a maximum of 4 images.
This editor is a bit more complex to use, but more complete than the previous option. The buttons you will use are highlighted with blinking rectangles.
If you have Photoshop, follow these steps:
|#||Image (central click to expand)||Description|
|2||You change the parameters to the Percentage and give them the values shown. Do not forget that the "Relative" box must be selected.|
|4||If you are satisfied with the result, go to File->Save as... (or simply press Shift+Ctrl+S).|
|5||Give it a name according to the theme of your image and do not forget to select the image format (it can be JPEG or PNG).|
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