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Process multiple images... How do you CROP them?

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Old 05-05-2007, 12:26 PM
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Process multiple images... How do you CROP them?

I'm trying to process a bunch of photos. The first thing I need to do is crop them to a certain size. But in the Process Mulitiple Files dialog box, the only option I see is to resize - not crop - them. So I'm ending up with squished photos instead of cropped ones.

Does anyone know how to crop them using the multiple process?

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Old 05-05-2007, 03:32 PM
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Re: Process multiple images... How do you CROP them?

You didn't say what program. I'm assuming it's not Photoshop because your terminology is not familair to me.
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Old 05-05-2007, 09:33 PM
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Re: Process multiple images... How do you CROP them?

Swampy... FYI: Process multiple images is an Elements function. Had to use Google myself on this one.


Welcome to RetouchPRO bythechsore...

Need to clarify some terminology and where you're going.

* Crop traditionally means to remove (trim) the outer edges of a photo. This is usually done manually since each photo is different. .

* Resize frequently means to alter dimensions proportionally, e.g., convert a 1200 pxl by 800 pxl image to 600 pxl x 400 pxl.

It appears by your description you're trying to do the latter, but correct me if I'm wrong.


A little more info would help.

a) What is the height / width in pixels (or inches) of your originals?
b) What you would like the final dimensions to be?
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