Download MultiSpec for Windows

Latest Release:
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Includes updated documentation

MultiSpec© is distributed without charge. See What's New for information about the changes in the latest release. Note that the Windows version contains a subset of the features that are in the Macintosh version.

The standard version will run on any 386, 486 and Pentium system with or without a coprocessor. The "p" version will run on any 386, 486 and Pentium system that has a math coprocessor.

Please see the Read Me file for information on what to do after either of the MultiSpec packages listed below have been download. You may want to print a copy of the 'Read Me' file for later reference. Note that the MultiSpec archives are now in self extracting zip files instead of zip files. You should be able to extract the files without having a zip application.

Each of the MultiSpec packages include some sample image files. These are the same ones used in the tutorial in "An Introduction to MultiSpec".

There is one current version:

- The "2.8.2016 MultiSpec 32-bit version" (requires Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/Windows7/Windows8/Windows10 operating system) (9 megabytes). This version will read/write image files larger than 2 gigabytes. It has only been tested on Window NT/XP/Windows7/Windows8. This version has not been tested under Windows 95/98/ME; it may not work. For this reason, the older version is still available below.

- The "2.8.2016 MultiSpec (cyrillic) 32-bit version" (requires Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/Windows7/Windows8/Windows10 operating system) (9 megabytes). This version should handle tif files within folders named with cyrillic characters. Note that fewer variations of tif files can be read with the version.

Archive Versions for older Windows architectures.

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