Clipping Magic allows you to configure the defaults for most settings, thereby enabling you to get more consistent results with a minimum of repeat work.
Most sections of the app can be configured directly by using a drop down menu accessible from a link.
You can access the full list of configurable defaults by clicking the button in the lower left corner of the app.
You can change the default maximum image size, and you can enable the pre-crop feature.
Pre-crop lets you crop the image before uploading it, thereby maximizing the use of the available upload resolution.
You can specify the color space and DPI to use for the output. While transparent results have to be encoded as PNGs since JPEG doesn't support transparency, you can opt to also encode opaque results as PNGs.
You can also specify the quality setting to use for the JPEG output.
It's important for the user experience of a website that the images on it load quickly. The best way to achieve this is to ensure that they've been suitably optimized, and that they're hosted on a fast Content Delivery Network.
To make sure your images both look great and load fast, we offer the option of applying such optimizations directly to your results.
Optimizing a result does lead to a slight degradation in image quality, but it's usually not very noticeable.
If you're clipping a sequence of images with almost identical subjects and camera setups, you can copy the marks from one image, and then paste them in on the subsequent ones to save you from re-drawing them.
Use the Edit button in the top menu to call up a submenu that enables you to Copy, Paste, or Clear the marks.
Clear All clears all marks and settings for the image.
eCommerce marketplaces like Amazon and eBay require that items for sale be on a white background and cropped so that the item is front and center.
To make this easy, there's a convenient way to configure both the settings for your current image and your default settings for future images. Just click on the little shopping cart icon in the bottom toolbar in the app to bring up a menu where you can set all the revelant defaults with a single button click.
Clicking "Set eCommerce Defaults" switches the background to white, turns on fit-to-result, sets the margin to 5% and sets the object size to "large".
Clicking sets the background to transparent, and turns off fit-to-result, but leaves the other settings unchanged.
You uploaded a larger image than your active size limit, so we had to shrink it to 4 megapixels.You may configure your image size limit or enable Pre-Crop in the Import Options dialog.
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