JPEGCrops suggestions

New features will be implemented Real Soon Now

I won't make any significant changes to JPEGCrops. Instead I'm working on its successor, which will (probably) be named RoboCrop. It will be a complete rewrite, in order to make it possible to do things like red-eye removal and image resize. It will also be freeware and the interface will be roughly the same as JPEGCrops.

Feel free to make suggestions for RoboCrop features or report bugs for JPEGCrops. If you want an answer to a specific problem, send me an email at darkwing@daimi.au.dk.

Please take a look at the future page before posting. What you want might be on the wish-list already. You might also want to view the old suggestions.

Toke Eskildsen
2014-04-17 22:27

gig71: Thanks for the kind words. I will have to disappoint you though. JPEGCrops focuses on lossless (or to be more specific: Non-degrading) operations on images.

A more image-manipulation-oriented program is certainly an idea, but a whole other idea. There's a ton of them out there, but most of the focus on single images. Maybe there is room for one that is bulk oriented? It is not something I plan on trying though.

Toke Eskildsen
2014-04-17 22:33

Cutlass: Sorry, that option is not available and I do not see how it can be done with the current version of JPEGCrops.

Phil C
2014-04-25 01:02

Bug - program freezes when loading a large number of images.
Version 0.7.5beta.
Loading 1472 images at approx 5mb/jpeg, the program will freeze at index 582 when creating thumbnails. Using 57,800K of memory on Windows 7 SP1.

Great program otherwise!

Toke Eskildsen
2014-04-25 08:53

Phil C: It is a well-known bug that is an unfortunate side-effect of the program design. It requires a complete rewrite of a large part of the core code to fix (it allocates handles from the GUI system, which is a capped resource independent of the amount of RAM in the system). If you feel adventurous, you can increase the limit. See http://superuser.com/questions/55891/registry-setting-to-allow-more-open-ie-windows-without-exhausting-windows-resour

Gig71
2014-05-03 13:09

What about tiff support ?

George
2014-08-31 07:36

Please put some info on your web site about the program freezing when loading a large number of images.
I have 3GB of RAM on XP Service Pack 3. Version 0.7.5 beta.

Waseem
2014-10-20 14:57

How to add my own selection to all images at once?
so that i can use crop all images option

Toke Eskildsen
2014-10-21 10:16

Use "Synchronized" from the menu. This requires all images to be the same size.

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