visual batch crop

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Tommy
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Re: visual batch crop

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- new feature reminder - :wink:
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Re: visual batch crop

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- yearly reminder - :mrgreen:
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Re: visual batch crop

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XnViewMP has a better crop tools
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Re: visual batch crop

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excuse me, what is XnView MP? which are the differences between it and standard XnView?
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Re: visual batch crop

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Tommy wrote:..what is XnView MP? ...
http://www.xnview.com/en/index.html
Homepage wrote:XnViewMP beta 0.21 for MacOSX/Linux/Windows
http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?f=60&t=21352

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Re: visual batch crop

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Tommy wrote:excuse me, what is XnView MP? which are the differences between it and standard XnView?
XnTriq ([url=http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?p=87049#p87049]What is XnView MP?[/url]) wrote:
marsh ([url=http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?p=81439#p81439]general question about mp[/url]) wrote:
From the topic, XnView Multi Platform - alpha 0.001:
xnview wrote: My first goal is to have the same features as current "XnView for *nix" with some features of XnView win 1.92

Key features (final version):
* Same features as XnView 1.92
* Unicode support
* Internal 16/32 bits per component support
* Easier handling of native language support (text based files)
* Better database
Tommy
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Re: visual batch crop

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Tommy wrote:actually for batch cropping multiple images you have to give x,y, width, height coordinates.

i think showing a crop mask on picture and then apply it's coordinates to all the others would be much easier and intuitive.

bump :mrgreen:
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Re: visual batch crop

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Tommy wrote: bump :mrgreen:
start of year 2012 re-bump!!! :mrgreen:
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Re: visual batch crop

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2013 re-bump :mrgreen: