Do you need to have a single file with multiple images or screenshots, so you don’t have to flick through them? Several solutions can help you merge multiple files. This time around, we have a tutorial on how to use one such SaaS web application called FilesMerge to merge images.
Merging images into one
FilesMerge supports images of different formats: JPEGs, GIFs, TIFFs, and BMPs. To test it out, I decided to take a PNG screenshot of TechAcute’s banner made with Snipping Tool and a JPEG file of my profile photo. After that, I did the following steps:
- Go to FilesMerge and click “Merge Images“.
- Choose “Select a Local File” and upload your files.
- Arrange the images in the order you’d like and select your preferred Merge Option and output format. I went for JPG for this particular example.
- Click “Merge.”
- Click “Click to Download It” or “View & Edit It.” I chose the latter option. You can crop, rotate, resize, “round,” and change the background color. Text effects, drawing, and stickers are also on offer.
I decided to play around with FilesMerge’s rounding and background color. My advice is to do the rounding first since I couldn’t see the color effect at all until then. Once I was happy with my rounded image and turquoise background color, I decided to add a couple of stickers for fun.
- Click “Save” once you’re happy with the result. Here’s mine:
There you have it: a fully functioning JPEG file made up of several images and a couple of artistic impulses all thanks to FilesMerge. Best of all, the app is free. However, do keep in mind that there are many things to consider when using free software for business purposes. With that being said, nothing free is perfect, and this is also true for this tool as it can only offer files of up to 50 megabytes in size.
According to FilesMerge’s information, all the processing is done in the cloud. There’s also no need to install any software. Did you enjoy our tutorial? Don’t hesitate to tell us your impressions. You can also check out our other tutorials like how to add linking in PDF files.