I'm looking for a program focused on cropping images with presets. I have multiple images in multiple resolutions. I need to crop an area of 300x500 in positions that are not constant and save the cropped images. Irfanview does that but it takes too many steps to do so. Similar to these, but offline:
This sounds like a job for ImageMagick convert or mogrify depending if you need to output to another directory or modify in place.
As it can be called from the command line you can simply batch up the crops with the positions.
See here for crop examples.
- Free gratis
- Cross platform including Windows/Linux & Max OS-X.
- Very quick and powerful.
- Great for automating image operations.
You could probably reasonably simply add a python plug-in to GIMP that would add a layer with your 30x500 frame in it, move the frame to where it is desired and then a second script use the position of the "frame" to crop the original image and export it.
- Allows you to position the frame where you need it
- Once you have the script written it will be a 3 step process per photo.
If you want to crop image with presets on Windows operating system, try this software named as SIMP which is an open source utility and having features such as drag & drop, presets with dimension, zoom and dynamic aspect ratio calculation, etc.
If you are looking for the software cropping images for Mac OS then try the “Acorn” which is a Mac OS X 10.8 & 10.9 picture and image editor. This can help you to crop an image within few steps. To get more information about Acorn image cropping tool visit this link:
Found it! Freeware and lossless crop. http://www.vieas.com/en/software/jcropper.html Super lightweight.