Microsoft AutoCollage Creates Photo Collages Easily

Looking for a simple software to create a picture collages? Microsoft Research has released AutoCollage 2008, which allows you to create beautiful collages of your favorite pictures in a few clicks of a mouse.

AutoCollage cuts out interesting parts of photos and combines them together, following natural features as boundaries between images. The selected pieces are sized similarly and assembled into a beautiful collage. The AutoCollage software combines object recognition, face detection, image blending, and other computer-vision and -graphics techniques to provide a seamless summary of the most interesting images within a group of photos.

Its very easy to use – simply point to a folder containing a collection of photos, click a button, and the system creates a collage, using the most representative images. Easily make collages for your Windows desktop background or create popular print sizes, such as 4″ x 6″ and 8″ x 10″. View the demo to see the powerful features of AutoCollage at work.

Download the free 30-day trial version of the software, which is available worldwide. You can buy the full version in the United States and United Kingdom for $19.95 and $19.90 respectively. AutoCollage is one of the first Microsoft Research products to be made available to consumers. AutoCollage works with Windows Vista or Windows XP Service Pack 2 and above.

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How can these companies get away with charging totally different amounts for the same software in different countries. The pound is not as strong against the dollar as a few months ago but still 19.90 is actually $35 at today’s rate.

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Cool! i want one!


well said mike

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And how is this better than Picasa’s FREE collage feature. I don’t think this is even integrated with any other picture management functionality aka Windows Live Galllery or whatever MS has for/against Picasa.