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BIC - Batch-Image-Cropper [Updated 2019-Dec-11]

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Hello Community,

let me introduce you to one of my latest projects (with several more in the pipeline), the

BIC - Batch-Image-Cropper

BIC is a Batch-Image-Cropper program.


It will read all of the following file-types from a given directory: *.bmp;*.jpg;*.jpeg;*.png;*.gif;*.tiff;*.emf;*.wmf;*.ico

Then it will cycle through all files and show you a cropping mask to crop the images.


It supports freeform rotation of the input images (press f) and a lot of additional hotkeys to speed up processing (press ? for a full list).

It will not change the input images, but save all cropped images to a dedicated “_BIC” sub-directory. Sorting out the results is totally up to you.

Supported output formats currently are JPG, PNG and BMP.


For JPG creation BIC can use sub-binaries. JPGE is used to create JPGs from temporary PNGs, as GDI+ enforces chroma sub-sampling by default and might change colors. ExifTool can be used to copy EXIF data from input JPGs to output JPGs.

Thanks to GreenCan and his Visual Image Crop (GUI), which was the starting point for BIC.

The executable and the source can be downloaded from my site: https://funk.eu

Enjoy, let me know what you think of SMF and with Best Regards

Edited by KaFu
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