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Posted By On March 16, 2007 @ 2:46 PM In Digital Photography | No Comments
Let me start today’s tip by asking, “Have you ever been able to crop (or cut) hundreds of photos in just minutes”?
How about this: “Can you do it with perfection and customization”?
Well, if you said no to either of those question, you really should take a look at this.
Today, I am going to introduce you to the fastest and easiest image cropping tool, which is also completely free.
Yes, it’s the fastest there is, as it’s the only software providing the “click and slide” image cropping mechanism. So, what’s the name of this program? It is called SpeeDoCrop and it is available by clicking here . Just click on the Download link to get started.
Once you download and install SpeeDoCrop, you’ll be able to launch it from the program’s menu.
Once launched, you’ll get the following window:
1.) First, you need to select the drive you want to use.
2.) Then, you should select the folder where you want to place the program.
3.) Finally, select an image from which you want to start cropping.
4.) You can also preview the cropped image before you save it, if you’d like.
5.) Now, select the output folder. If you don’t select it, your cropped images will be stored in the folder of the main image.
6.) Next, you may select the output format of the image from seven different available types.
7.) Now, the time has come to “click and slide” the image. Just select the portion of the image you need to crop. Once you do this, the following two cases may arise.
A.) Preview is not selected.
This is said to be the fast mode, as it enables you to crop hundreds of images in minutes. In this mode, once you “click and slide,” your image will immediately and automatically be stored in the output folder with the “cropped” suffix added on to the original name. This will happen just after the next image in the folder comes up and is ready to be cropped.
B.) Preview is selected.
In this mode, once you “click and slide,” you’ll get the following window:
Here you can see the preview of the cropped image with two extra options available. Those are:
Save: Click this option to save the cropped image to your output folder.
Reselect: Click this option if you want to reselect the portion of the image to be cropped.
That’s all there is to it. Now you know how to use the fastest image cropping tool available today. You can now go and crop hundreds of your images in just a matter of minutes. Enjoy!
~ Vishal Gupta
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