is a Mac OS X program that fuses multiple exposures of one scene into an image with greater detail and well balanced exposure by using the well exposed areas of the original multi-exposure images. ImageFuser is a graphical frontend for the open source command line tools Enfuse and Align_Image_Stack. Next to these tools Phil Harvey’s ExifTool is used to copy exif, jfif, tiff, iptc, gps, icc profile data etc. to the new images.
ImageFuser is multi-lingual. Currently with English, Dutch and German, and partly French, German and Italian. It can be easily translated in any language. See the manual: Appendix B.
ImageFuser is GPL Open Source software. It’s free to use for as long as you wish and 100% functional, but if you like it and continue to use it, a donation is appreciated.
ImageFuser is written in AppleScript Studio as a Universal application. It should work on any Mac running Tiger or newer.
Enfuse is written by Andrew Mihal (main developer) and greatly enhanced by Christopher Spiel and released as open source. Align_Image_Stack is one of the “helper” tools that come with Hugin (main developer Pablo d’Angelo). Hugin is also released as open source. (MacOSX development bundles of Hugin can be downloaded panorama.dyndns.org under “Other topics -> Hugin”.