Image Crop - Batch Crop Photos 4+

Batch Crop & Convert Images

Day 1 Solutions SRL

    • 3.0 • 30 Ratings
    • $3.99



"Simple to use macOS app which helps you batch crop, rename and convert large collections of photos." -

Crop, convert and rename thousands of image files in batch mode with Image Crop. Crop your images to remove unwanted areas or to give them a specific aspect ratio. Also, if your original image files are poorly named, you can use Image Crop to give them meaningful names so they are easier to find and identify.

But here is what Image Crop has to offer:

* Crop your images in batch mode
* Automatically crop your images to one of the following aspect ratios: 1:1, 4:3, 3:2, 16:9, 16:10, Custom
* Select the corner where the crop area starts
* Use either pixels or percents to define the crop area
* Preview the crop area for each image
* Convert and rename your images in batch mode
* Keep the EXIF info and creation date of your original images
* Output formats: JPG, JPEG, JPE, JP2, JPX, PNG, TIFF, TIF, GIF, BMP, HEIC, HEIF
* Save the cropped images in a folder of your choosing

So purchase Image Crop today and you will never need another app for cropping images.

What’s New

Version 1.3.1

- Bug fix: Custom cropping using pixels now works as expected

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

jbru13 ,

Custom Aspect Ratios?

I purchased this app for a very simple function and it can’t perform it: I want to autocrop a batch of photos to 16:10. Why create this app and not allow custom aspect ratios? The manual features it provides are only useful for cropping a group of similar photos. If you want to crop all your photos to a specific aspect ratio, it’s bafflingly limited in what it allows you to do.

Developer Response ,

Dear user, the issue you are describing has been fixed. Thank you for helping us improve our products.

quicksite ,

Ticks me off - Claims to have CUSTOM CROP but no, it does not

Who ever heard of non-visual selection methods to determine where you want to crop. Maybe software engineers take photos and measure pixels to determine a crop, but anyone with an ounce of creative photography skill wats to use a MARQUEE SELECT and get set the exact crop visually. Why would you not have that simple concept. Such a clunky interface with non-obvious labels. I selected CUSTOM CROP, and then you expect me to want to use an existing edge of an oversized image to choose top left, top right, bottom left, bottom right? You might as well have added You’re Kidding, Right. Such a waste of time.

Developer Response ,

Dear user, thank you for your feedback. The app will display a preview of the cropped image once you define a valid crop area (width and height larger than 0). The crop area can be then adjusted according to you needs and all the changes will be visible in the preview.

Eric Goetz ,

Not bad for the price

The app does what it claims at a reasonable price. Sure, I coud probably do the same thing with ImageMagick, for free (I suspect that's what they are using under the hood, which is fine), but this is more convenient, because I can see the changes I'm about to make.

A few suggestions on how to make it better:

• Draggable borders on the image view. I realize this is a lot more work for the developer, but I would pay for an upgrade that did this.

• For my specific use case, I'm cropping a white border out of my images. The color scheme they use for the cropping makes it really hard to see where the crop edge is when trimming against white.

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