|Op. System:||Windows 8/7|
|File size:||3.13 MB|
Publisher description for QuickCrop
Whether you are creating a Kindle cover or not, wouldn't it be nice if you could just click on a button and the application would automatically crop some part of a picture at a specific size like 800 x 600 and 900 x 600 Pixels to create a cutout image? If that's your wish, try QuickCrop. QuickCrop is a Windows desktop application that will let you crop a rectangular portion of an image with just a click on a button. MOVE and resize the crop Frame on the canvas panel and just click on the Crop button. Hmm... That's quite simple. Features: - Create a cutout image out of a source with just a click on a button. - Batch-create a cutout image over as many as 512 pictures at a time. Choose File > Export All. - Add multiple images to the bottom panel at a time. And select one to work with. - Freely move and resize the crop frame with a mouse pointer on the canvas panel. - Create any number of presets to define the crop box size. - View the size and the position of the crop box relative to the selected picture on the preview display. - Choose a JPEG compression rate between 10 and 100% when saving a cropped image.