A word about Embedded thumbnails and Most digital cameras include a thumbnail image and information about the image, called 'exif', in the jpeg files they create. From Version 3.00 onwards Jpegs saved by Image Cropper include this extra data.
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Some TV sets include a memory card reader for directly displaying camera images and these sets use the embedded thumbnail to provide their catalogue. They can take a long time to generate thumbnails when not included. For display on a TV it is useful to use Image Cropper to resize to 1024 x 576 (or 1920 x 1080 for HD) with a jpeg quality of around 80. This will make smaller files while the quality will still be good. Image Cropper can also add the Author's name and a Copyright message when these are not already present. The main purpose of this program is to make it easy to crop a batch of images to a specific aspect ratio.
There's a batch mode with each picture presented to you in turn. All you have to do is decide where to crop and hit 'Save'. It is not even necessary to hit the crop button, the crop is made when you save. An important feature is that the black (or coloured) border area may be included if necessary. The Safe Area can be shown so you can make sure none of your image will be lost off the edge of a normal TV screen. Image Cropper is ideal for downsizing images for webpages. Basic image enhancements such as levels and saturation adjustments are included as well as cropping and resizing.
Movie Maker 2010 here. Online image resizer to crop and resize images to a percentage or exact pixel size. You can also flip, rotate, convert, or reduce size of images.
There are a host of features to make like easier for the web developer such as preset settings (including folders), a second smaller image as a thumbnail, captions and visible watermarks, folder management and filename settings and renaming utilities. Load an image by dragging from a website or paste from the clipboard. Save cropped and resized (or not resized) to the clipboard to paste into other web creation programs. Add your copyright info to Exif data. Image Cropper is also useful in preparing photos for printing.
For instance, the common print size of 7'x5' doesn't fit the common 4:3 aspect ratio of many digital cameras. Instead of leaving it to the photo printer to crop out the central area you can choose which area to print, and maybe also zoom in a bit. A selection of common sizes is included or custom sizes can be entered. No scaling need be done and there's no need to get involved in dots per inch, just get the height and width in the right proportion and leave the rest to the printers. Resizing is not really relevant here, its just the aspect ratio that matters. However if you do you wish to change the size, either larger or smaller, Image Cropper can do so with very good quality. The main reason why Image Cropper was developed.
The batch facility is included so that a large number of images can be processed quite quickly. This works by allowing multiple files to be selected which are then presented to you one by one so that all you have to do is select the area you want and click Save.
Alternatively, if you just want to crop to the best fit, width or height, then the whole batch can be processed automatically. Optionally, for landscapes the selection fits the width while for portraits a black border is included each side. You can also lock the selected crop area so that a whole batch can be processed in the same way automatically. You can open a File List to monitor the progress of the process, either manual or automatic. Using some of these frames can be confusing. Some of the pixel ratios can be odd. Image Cropper will help you get the sizes right.
For instance, this one (from Argos) claims 'Screen resolution 1440 x 234 pixels (480 RGB x 234)'. Although the frame is physically 16x9 the image files need to be 4x3. (Anamorphic, like widescreen TV).
An image saved at 480x234 gives a small squashed picture. For this frame an image has to be saved at 1440x1080 to make it fill the frame properly. Unfortunately the resolution is not really this high! • New to 3.61 Fixed issue with non- administrator users.
Program Data moved to All Users. You may need to re- enter your registration code after updating to this version. If you’ve lost it I can resend it.
• New to 3.60 • Customisable Toolbar, with more buttons • Improved logic for auto- fit options • Much improved printing function • Wizard to assist in applying the correct settings • More filename options including global file number which can be used by multiple instances of the program • Command line allows starting up from short cut with specified settings file. You may need to re- enter your registration code after updating from versions older than 3.60. Fl Studio Older Versions.
If you’ve lost it I can resend it. New to 4.01 New feature on filemenu: Output Folder = Input Folder. Click to set save folder to be the same as the load folder. New to 4.00 • Output Save folder is stored in config files • Minor bug fixes but no more new features - no significance to the version 4.00! New to 3.97 • Aspect Ratio and Output Image Size drop- down lists revised with new presets.
Note: this may affect existing config files which may select the wrong option. • Source folder, Output Folder and recent image lists - non- existent folders/files removed from lists (only when ‘discovered’, not constantly checked) • Colour of border/background can be chosen from the image using the ‘Levels’ screen and Ctrl- Click. (no connection with Levels, just put there for convenience). • Eight Custom colours are saved.
New to 3.87 • Can now choose folder for Secondary saved image • Fixed bug fix in wizard aspect ratio selection New to 3.85 • Magnified view of crop point. Enable with menu item ‘Window/Magnifier’ New to 3.72 • Optional centre cross- hair and/or ‘thirds’ guidelines to aid composition New to 3.70 • Import from camera or scanner (single image only) • Restriction in batch mode where total filename size was limited to 32K fixed in Vista & 7. Still applies to Windows XP. Note: Buttons for new features will need to be added to the toolbar manually using menu ‘Settings/Customise Toolbar’. ' This program is exactly what I was looking for.
Normally I use Photoshop and lightroom to manipulate and workflow my photography, however when working on presentations and web site I often want a quick resize or more often a fixed crop to say 100,150px for thumbnails. Untill finding your program I have had to go into Photoshop for this as it is the only way I have found to crop a fixed size and aspect ratio in one action, still enabling adjustment of the crop location to give me a decent remaining image content.