It is a continuing revelation that so much excellent support like Orfeo is made freely available.
I am preparing images of C19th prints at higher resolution than can be achieved by simple scanning or photography. I have constructed a robotic scanner that takes a mosaic of photographs (25-2,000) at ca 1:3 with an overlap of 34%. These are then composited to create the final image, up to ca. 3 GB.
I have tried a number of compositing programs, but none are quite reliable. Attached is a typical problem of misalignment between tesserae (made with MS ICE).
Is Orfeo a suitable solution to this problem?
From reading the documentation, I cannot see a setting to force alignment of the physical position of the photographs as taken, accurate to ca +/- 0.5%. This would be needed to help resolve and place ambiguous features.
If not, can you suggest suitable alternatives?