CropGUI – gtk frontend for lossless cropping of jpeg images

CropGUI is an open source graphical user interface for jpegtran, a command-line tool that performs various useful transformations of JPEG files.

It can translate the coded representation from one variant of JPEG to another, for example from baseline JPEG to progressive JPEG or vice versa.

The application shows the user a JPEG image and allows them to select a region for lossless cropping.

Features include:

  • Simple to use interface.
  • Just does one thing – crops images.
  • Shows coordinates of highlighted image.

Website: emergent.unpythonic.net
Support: GitHub code repository
Developer: Jeff Epler
License: GNU GPL v2

CropGUI

CropGUI is written in Python. Learn Python with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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