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Is there a program that let's me choose separate image files and output it as one whole image with the images lined up horizontally as a transparent gif?

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migrated from May 16 '11 at 4:05

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Voting to migrate to Super User. This is not a programming question. – Oded May 13 '11 at 19:41
@Jahkr The question as it's currently written is off topic unless you are looking for code to do this... but you'd have to rewrite the question and specify a language. – Michael Pryor May 13 '11 at 19:42

Imagemajik does all kinds of things like this at the command line, and is free:

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I would try looking for "panoramic stitcher" programs, since that's essentially what you are trying to do.

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