ImageInc (Blend two Pics)

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ImageInc (Blend two Pics)

#1 Post by risk » Tue May 09, 2006 11:41 am

From the Author's Home:

The purpose of this software is to blend existing images in a very fast and easy way, using a layer mask for transparency. The process is simple ... load a base image, top layer plus mask and they are automatically merged by the program. Ideal for anyone who doesn't want or need to use a full-blown image editor for this task!

Photo Blending : One possible use for this application would be to mix parts of photographs together. For example, if you wanted to enhance the sky in one picture by fading-in the clouds from another

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#2 Post by PowerCat » Tue May 09, 2006 5:33 pm

The only problem I can see is that it stores its settings in the Windows folder... Is there a way to change that?

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#3 Post by Fluffy » Tue May 09, 2006 8:06 pm

Paintstar (mentioned earlier) actually has a morphing feature that can do something similar. :)

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Re: ImageInc (Blend two Pics)

#4 Post by webfork » Thu Jun 05, 2014 4:58 pm

I tested this program (v1.2) a bit ...

Essentially a very basic version of quite a few graphics programs out there that do transparency, overlay, and masking, this packages these frequently used features into one simple interface.

The purpose of this utility is to blend existing images in a very fast and easy way, using a layer mask for transparency. The process is simple ... load the base picture followed by a top layer image, then add a mask and the program automatically merges everything together. Ideal for anyone who doesn't want to use a major graphics application for this task.

A few gradient masks are provided within the program to get you started, but you cannot create any new masks directly. You can however import more images into the transparency layer. 20 sample *.jpg files are included, or you can create your own masks using any graphics program of your choice.

  • Really needs an undo function
  • 1. Uniextract
    2. Move files out of {app}
    3. Run ImageInc.exe
Portable: Yes, saves no app settings between sessions
Stealth: No, as PowerCat mentioned above, writes window data to Windows\ImageInc.ini
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