TIFF Assembler, for building multi-page TIFF images

TIFF Assembler lets you combine images files into a single multi-page TIFF. The source images can be any of the major popular image formats (JPG, TIFF, BMP, PNG, etc.), in almost any size or bit-depth. You simply add them to the grid and save it. It's completely easy.

General Instructions

Adding and arranging images

  1. Add your source images to the TIFF by choosing them from the standard file Open dialog, or by simply dragging and dropping the image files onto the TIFF Assembler program.
  2. Set the page order by dragging the images into the order you want (order goes from top-left to bottom right in the grid, just like a book).
  3. Press Save.

What else can it do?

  • Change the bit depth of each page individually
  • Rotate, resize and flip each page
  • Set the output DPI for each page
  • Set the TIFF compression method for each page. You can choose from: None, LZW, FAX (CCITT Huffman, G3 or G4), JPEG, and more.

Here's a screen shot of TIFF Assembler in action

System requirements
TIFF Assembler will run Windows 95 or later.


For unlicensed use, a TIFF Assembler logo will be placed in random places on each of the image pages.

Registration cost

A single-user license for TIFF Assembler is $20.


Download TIFF Assembler

You can download the latest version here.

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End Of The Line

Smaller Animals Software has been in business for 23 years. And it's been fun for every one of them. But, we've reached a point where the cost of keeping the virtual doors open far exceeds what sales bring in. And so, with much regret, we will be shutting down Smaller Animals Software. The proposed final date of operation is June 30, 2016. After that date, sales and support of all Smaller Animals Software products will cease.

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We realize this is inconvenient for our customers. And we wish there was a way we could continue to develop and support the products we've been working on for all these years. But, there doesn't seem to be a way to do that.

We would like to thank all of our customers and especially those who have stuck with us over the years and have contributed greatly with their feedback and suggestions. It seems safe to say that the majority of the features in our products came directly from user suggestions. We wouldn't have done it without you.

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