Extract objects from images with ease

Extract objects from images with ease

Simply draw a rough outline of the elements to extract and identify the background region. Then all the cumbersome contour refinement is done automatically. Learn More

Smooth and spill-free edges

Smooth and spill-free edges

Extracted elements have smooth edges without any traces of the original background color. Hence, you can generate flawless composites. Learn More

Decompose 1.2.2

Released 3/18/2017

Decompose 1.2.2 includes some fixes.

This update is free if you bought Decompose 1.x.

Decompose 1.2.1

Released 9/3/2013

Decompose 1.2.1 has a new icon.

This update is free if you bought Decompose 1.x.

Decompose 1.2

Released 2/17/2011

Decompose 1.2 adds support for multi-core processing using Grand Central Dispatch, and is now much faster on multi-core macs!

Starting with this version, Decompose requires 10.6.

This update is free if you bought Decompose 1.x.

Decompose 1.1

Released 9/23/2009

Decompose 1.1 includes support for Mac OS X 10.6 and improvements to the extraction tools.

This update is free if you bought Decompose 1.x.

Decompose 1.0.3

Released 2/11/2009

Decompose 1.0.3 includes some fixes and improvements to the extraction algorithm.

This update is free if you bought Decompose 1.x.

Decompose 1.0.2

Released 2/17/2008

Decompose 1.0.2 includes some fixes and a better support for large photos.

This update is free if you bought Decompose 1.x.

Decompose 1.0.1

Released 12/14/2007

Decompose 1.0.1 includes some fixes, minor adjustments to the extraction algorithm and a better support for large photos. Decompose is now an Universal Binary.

This update is free if you bought Decompose 1.x.

Decompose 1.0

Released 8/10/2004

Decompose is an application allowing an easy and flawless extraction of elements from pictures in order to use them to make composite images. It is the perfect tool for making images for web pages, newspapers and magazines or simply for your own creations. Extracted objects are saved as a TIFF file with transparency. Decompose also corrects colors to remove all traces of the previous background, thus generating perfect mattes.