XnView MP for Beginners - Guides and Tutorials

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XnView MP for Beginners - Guides and Tutorials

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Wiki: XnView MP - User Guide
Wiki: XnView Classic (Windows) - User Guide - XnView MP is different to XnView Classic but many things written there apply for both XnView Classic and XnView MP.

PDF: XnView MP for Beginners. Thanks to Roger Carter for this guide.
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Video: How to batch rename and resize using XnView MP.
Video: Fast way to crop many images using XnView MP.
Thanks to Martin Švejda for another two videos.
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The comments are disabled on the YouTube video linked in your post (crop many images is the link text), I was going to comment that you can also use "Save Selection As.." then just hit [enter] to save as the same filename (file overwrite confirm must be disabled or you will need to confirm overwrite). This is slightly faster than doing CTRL-X, CTRL-S, but only slightly so I guess it's a matter of preference. I still prefer the way you show in the video myself.

The other option would be to go into keyboard preferences and set up a shortcut to Crop, Save, Next Image. (pretty sure that's in there somewhere). If you want to do in fullscreen mode and in view mode you will need to change the shortcut/hotkeys on both of those separately as each "switched mode" (browser/view/fullscreen) has it's own set of hotkeys in preferences. I know for sure Crop+Save is in there, not sure if Crop+Save+Next Image is. I will check though.

Anyway, thanks for making the video. I had already known how to do that, but if I had found your video before I figured it all out myself it would have probably saved me some time. haha. Cheers!
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Which of the links above are still up to date? The PDF is from 2017
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Peter2 wrote: Wed Jun 01, 2022 9:58 amWhich of the links above are still up to date? The PDF is from 2017
Hello Peter :-) None of these links are broken. Same goes for the wiki: