BatchCrop
Supports both Mac OS X & Windows
  Cropping made easy!
The right tool for tedious
photo editing sessions

QUICK START GUIDE FOR BATCHCROP

BatchCrop is a program for manipulating one or more images easily and conveniently. Yes, there are other programs around which can do these, but BatchCrop is highly specialized, and provides advanced functionality such as:

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TYPICAL WORK FLOW

Typical work flow while using BatchCrop is :

  1.  Add image files to the files list

  2.  Specify crop rectangles (optional)

  3.  Crop, or make transformations (optional)

  4.  Export edited images

USER INTERFACE

The user interface of BatchCrop has three main sections; file list panel, actions panel, image viewer panel:


The file list panel is where you maintain your list of images files. This panel supports drag&drop of files from other applications. Using its toolbar above, you can add many files at once easily. BatchCrop will even traverse a folder you choose, and bring you the list of image files. It is also possible to apply wildcard based file name filters. The file list is automatically saved upon program exit. You can close and come back later to continue your work from where you left. The list will display icons according to the state of the crop definition. There are selection commands which will allow you to deal with hundreds of images easliy.

The actions panel contains controls to modify the image and crop rectangles. Some actions are applicable to multiple files, some are only valid for a single file. The buttons will activate and deactivate according to the list selection. Most actions depend on parameters, which can be adjusted via the options dialog.

The image viewer panel has wheel-zoom and panning support which allows for convenient image browsing. Its toolbar displays image information, mouse coordinates, and current zoom level. The panel has two tabs displaying both the original and the edited image.

Almost all operations are accessible through buttons and keyboard shortcuts. The tooltips for buttons explain the associated action and notes the keyboard shortcut in parenthesis.

CONCEPTS

COMMON USE CASES

USABILITY TIPS

Here are some very handy but not easy to notice features:

FAQ