TOKYO (MacHouse) – 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? If that’s your wish, try QuickCrop.
QuickCrop is quite an amazing small desktop application for Windows that will let you crop a rectangular portion of an image with just a click on a button. If you deal with different sets of image dimensions, you can create presets. Then just choose one from a drop-down menu that will suit your current requirements.
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QuickCrop is a product of MacHouse.
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