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17.85 MB
Windows (All Versions)
Publisher's Descriptions
i2k Quickage was designed to be extremely easy to use with a user interface so simple that it does not really require any user guide. The software is so powerful that the default settings produce stunning results. In fact you can even drag & drop images on top of the application icon and it will automatically generate a montage.

With i2k Quickage you'll be able to easily generate original panoramas from your digital photos!

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