Home
Download
Purchase
Forum
Arcticles
Map
F.A.Q.
Support
About Us
 
 
Applay crop for image

Cropping Videos and Pictures

Watermark Master allows to crop video and graphic files. Cropping refers to the removal of the outer parts of an image to improve framing, accentuate subject matter or change aspect ratio.

 

To adjust the crop parameters, go to the Crop tab in the preview area of the main program window. Then click a source file in the "Source Files" window.

 

To adjust the crop area, click and drag one of the side or corner handles. Besides, you can set the dimensions of the crop area using the toolbar above:

 

 

  • Left - the offset from the left edge of the image (in pixels).

  • Right - the offset from the right edge of the image (in pixels).

  • Top - the offset from the top edge of the image (in pixels).

  • Bottom - the offset from the bottom edge of the image (in pixels).

  • Clear - clear the Left, Right, Top and Bottom values.

  • Crop for current file - if enabled, the current crop settings will be applied to the selected file only; otherwise they will be applied to all source files. This option may be useful when you process a great number of files and want to apply special crop settings to each of them.

 

 

Previewing the results.

 

To preview the results before encoding, switch back to the Watermark tab and click the play button in the player.


© 2007-2008. www.videocharge.com.  All rights reserved.

  Example
VideoCharge Studio is a video editing software which allows to put a text (text watermark) onto a graphics file or every frame of a video film. At that the text can be filled with a gradient.

How to put a text onto an image and fill it with a gradient
 


Video Editing Software!


Software for video galleries creating


What is watermark?


VideoCharge Studio: help for beginners!


VideoCharge Studio: features!


How to add watermark to video or graphic file?


How to split a video file?


MKV to FLV without re-Encoding!


How to join video files?
Home
Download
Purchase
Forum
Article
Map
F.A.Q.
Support
About Us
Menu