With presets you may configure the way the program crops images in a very detailed way.
You may select presets from menu Presets and apply selected one to all images in the list, or you may right-click on preview image in the middle and activate pop up menu with information about preset applied to current image and ability to change preset for only for one current image.
In both variants you see preset menu bar with schematic icon and short description in three lines.
Blue rectangle shows crop overall proportions, smaller red ellips shows size and position of the face within crop. White marks show additional properties.
- Simple preset. Just cut picture area.
- Straighten image.
- Tilted image.
- Image with head centered horizontally.
- Image with body centered horizontally.
- Image with fixed top of the head.
Beside the icon there is a short description in three lines.
First line is the name of the preset. You assign the name when you create new preset. You may change preset name by exporting presets in text file and edit it.
Second line shows crop image proportions.
Proportions: 1.00x1.00 (It’s a square crop)
If preset has fixed width it shown here.
W = 1292 pixels It means that images cropped with that preset are resized to 1292 pixels width.