Photo Crop Editor 2.03
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Seamless setup and intuitive interface
During the installation process you are not prompted with any third-party offers, and it does not last longer than a few moments, seeing that you only have to click “Next” every now and then.
The interface presents a design which can only be described as simple and clean, as it consist of a small menu bar, a few buttons and a panel which displays the uploaded image. Consequently, both beginners and highly experienced users can get around it with ease.
Supported extensions and use the built-in wizards
With support for BMP, DIB, JPG, GIF, TIF, PNG and ICO image formats, this utility enables you to remove an object from your photo by following three steps: object marking, boundary editing and Bayesian matting.
It is possible to go through all of the last mentioned steps with the help of a wizard. This allows you to manually trace the exact parts of the picture you want to use, as well as preview a selection with just a click of the button.
Use predefined shapes to crop images and use the matting process
The matting process gives users the possibility to compute the alpha values of all pixels within a region. For example, it can matte the hair from the background. Once this is over, the Bayesian engine will automatically make some part of the foreground transparent.
You can also crop a photograph using several provided shapes, add a specified color or image to the background, as well as customize its size. Last but not least, it is possible to flip and rotate items with just a click of the button, as well as zoom in and out.
To conclude, Photo Crop Editor is a pretty simple, yet efficient piece of software when it comes to cropping images or removing particular elements from it.
It runs quite fast without putting a strain on the computer’s performance (as the CPU and memory usage is low, regardless of the process under way), and without popping up errors, crashing or freezing. However, its feature pack is quite limited, which might ward off power users.
Photo Crop Editor was reviewed by Madalina Boboc, last updated on July 11th, 2014
Runs on: Windows All