Microsoft Image Composer

Create large panoramic images from smaller files

4.1 on 54 votes

0/5 stars
License: Freeware
Total downloads:4,578 (5 last week)
Operating system:Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
Latest version:2.0.3
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Stitch together panoramic pictures. Select multiple files displaying different parts of a large view and combine them to create a single panorama. Adjust the elements according to specification and visual cues, render and save the results. Select resolution and file format.

Microsoft Image Composer 2.0.3 can be downloaded from our software library for free. This free program is an intellectual property of Microsoft. The latest setup file that can be downloaded is 7.1 MB in size.

Microsoft Image Composer lies within Photo & Graphics Tools, more precisely Viewers & Editors. The default filenames for the program's installer are IMGCOMP.EXE, ACME.EXE, GIFAnimator.exe or SSW4FA_3F9219DA.exe etc. The most popular versions of the tool are 2.0, 1.5 and 1.4.

The software can also be called "Microsoft Image Composer Editor". Our antivirus scan shows that this download is clean. This free PC program deal with the following extensions: ".bmp", ".gif" and ".jpg". You can install Microsoft Image Composer on Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 32-bit.

From the developer:

Image Composite Editor is an advanced panoramic image stitcher. Given a set of overlapping photographs of a scene shot from a single camera location, the app creates a seamless high-resolution panorama. ICE can also create a panorama from a panning video, including stop-motion action overlaid on the background

You may want to check out more software, such as Microsoft Image Composite Editor, Deep Zoom Composer or Microsoft Project Trident - A Scientific Workflow Workbench, which might be related to Microsoft Image Composer.


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Lone Puma 3 years ago

Will this tag remove the expiration date and if so, how and were do you insert the tag? Giving such information is useless if you don't know where to insert it. :(

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Lone Puma 3 years ago

Ah, you left out one thing, Image Composer apparently has an expiration date. We did a fresh install of Windows 7 and tried to install Image Composer again, but a box opened and said the software expired and therefore it wouldn't install. We've used this program for years and now that it's gone, we feel as if we've lost a member of the family, which we have! Shame on Microsoft!!
FDM was also a dead end for downloading Image Composer! :(

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