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Batch crop

Jun 21, 2012, 18:45
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Batch crop
Hello folks,

I am a beginner with Gimp.

I have a question with batch crop. I have about 300 images of same dimension and would like crop to specific position in all of them. In photoshop, I would import all the images as a layer and crop a layer, then export the layer as an individual file. I wonder if thats possible with Gimp. Didactic instructions are welcome.

Many thanks in advance.
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Jun 21, 2012, 19:44
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RE: Batch crop
In Gimp you can use File/Open as layers to load all images in one single shot as individual layers (the file dialog supports multiple selection), and crop that image to crop all individual images at the same place. Saving each individual layer by hand is cumbersome, but there are many scripts around to save all layers (like this one) in individual files.

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