A control-point-based perspective rectification tool
Perspector is a perspective rectification tool.
As opposed to most competitors out there (Gimp, Photoshop, Rawtherapee), this tool is not axis-based but rather control-point-based. This allows for much faster processing (in human time) while obtaining more accurate results.
It was originally created out of a need for ortho-aligning a batch of facade pictures as quickly as possible in the most convenient manner. (Understand “the less annoying”.)
The technique behind this tool is a tad more sophisticated than the usual axis-aligned version, without being revolutionary. I developed this program as I could not find such a thing anywhere. I believe it would be great to see it implemented in a tool like Gimp.
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Select four control points on the picture. When processed, the picture will be transformed so that the four control points become the corners of an axis-aligned rectangle.
It should run out of the box on most Unix-based systems.
Fetch the source code and read the README file for further instructions.
Perspector is under MIT license.