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ICE prevents program files from being written to the computer.No new program files means: * no new malware * no new spyware * no new ad-supported screen savers * no new toolbars * no redundant software * NOTHING
It also means that you won’t be screwed just by opening an unsafe email attachment or clicking on a link to an infected website.
ICE can be paused for a short time for legitimate software to be installed, but most people never need to install anything else after the computer is set up
Image Composite Editor (ICE), an advanced panoramic image stitcher, was created by the Microsoft Research Computational Photography Group. Given a set of overlapping photographs of a scene shot from a single camera location, the app creates high-resolution panoramas that seamlessly combine original images. ICE was also able to create panoramas from a panning video, including stop-motion action overlaid on the background. Finished panoramas could be saved in a wide variety of image formats, including JPEG, TIFF, and Photoshop’s PSD/PSB format, as well as the multiresolution tiled format used by HD View and Deep Zoom.
- Accelerated stitching on multiple CPU cores.
- Support for “structured panoramas” — panoramas consisting of hundreds of photos taken in a rectangular grid of rows and columns (usually by robotic devices such as GigaPan tripod heads).
- State-of-the-art stitching engine.
- Support for very large image sizes including stitching gigapixel panoramas.
- Support for input images with 8 or 16 bits per component.
- Support for Photoshop layers and large documents.
- Ability to read raw images using WIC codecs.
- Automatic exposure blending.
- Choice of planar, cylindrical, stereographic, orthographic, Mercator, or spherical projection.
- Orientation tool for adjusting panorama rotation.
- Automatic cropping to maximum image area.
- Native support for 64-bit operating systems.
- Wide range of output formats, including JPEG, JPEG XR, PSD, TIFF, BMP, PNG, and Silverlight Deep Zoom.
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Panorama images may seem difficult to create but, believe it or not, it’s more a question of choosing the right stitching software rather than being artistically gifted.
Microsoft Image Composite Editor is a photo editor that lets you create panoramas in a snap. All you have to do is open the files that make up the panoramic view and let the program take care of the rest.
For those who prefer tweaking with settings, there are a couple of configuration options in Microsoft Image Composite Editor to fiddle with, namely Stitching Method and Cropping Area. When it comes to exporting the final result, Microsoft Image Composite Editor lets you choose among several different formats.
In general terms I’d say Microsoft Image Composite Editor is a fantastic tool to take your first steps in the creation of panoramas. Power users will probably find too limited and restrictive, and will surely miss having some more manual options, not to mention the possibility to view images separately.
Microsoft Image Composite Editor lets you create panorama images in a couple of clicks, with generally excellent results.
Accelerated stitching on multiple CPU coresAbility to publish, view, and share panoramas on the Photosynth web siteSupport for “structured panoramas” — panoramas consisting of hundreds of photos taken in a rectangular grid of rows and columns (usually by a robotic device like the GigaPan tripod heads)No image size limitation — stitch gigapixel panoramasSupport for input images with 8 or 16 bits per componentAbility to read raw images using WIC codecsPhotoshop layer and large document support
Very easy to use, great for beginners
Several stitching methods
Good variety of exporting formats
Too simple for power users
You can’t view images separately