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Image Merger for .NET

Make captivating photo collages by combining different images seamlessly

.NET Image Merger Plugin

Aspose.Imaging’s Image Merger for .NET plugin allows you to merge images vertically or horizontally without quality loss, fostering creativity in crafting diverse photo collages. This versatile tool supports various file formats, giving you the flexibility to effortlessly create captivating visual compositions.

How to Merge Images via .NET?

  • Reference Aspose.Imaging in your project
  • Set your license keys
  • Load input images to collect the reference data
  • Create output image considering input reference data and merge layout
  • Create the Graphics class for output image
  • Draw the input images using selected merge strategy
  • Optionally, resize input images before processing

Image Merger for .NET Prerequisites

Get the respective assembly files from downloads or fetch the package from NuGet to add Aspose.Imaging directly to your workspace.

  • Microsoft Windows or a compatible OS with .NET Core
  • Development environment like Visual Studio Code or Microsoft Visual Studio


Frequently Asked Questions

What is a photo collage?

A photo collage is the creation of a new photo or image by combining several images. These images may not be directly related to each other, allowing for diverse and creative compositions.

What effects can be achieved when creating a photo collage?

Photographers can achieve desired effects in a photo collage by superimposing one image on another or by combining many images into a single whole. This process can involve more than two images, and the result may include a chaotic use of different photographic images, resembling a puzzle or mosaic.

What are the supported image formats for the Image Merger plugin?

Aspose.Imaging’s Image Merger for .NET plugin supports a wide range of image formats for merging, including WEBP, WMF, TIFF, PNG, SVG, ODG, OTG, JPG, JP2, ICO, J2K, EPS, GIF, DNG, EMF, DJVU, DIB, DICOM, CDR, CMX, APNG, and BMP.

What does the Image Merger allow you to do?

It enables the seamless combination of two or more images either vertically or horizontally without any loss in quality.

Are there any examples I can refer to?

Definitely, check out the GitHub Repository for working examples & samples.

  

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