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Selecting and Cropping out the facial region from Images is a common task in organizations for the ID card creation process. This task can be accomplished using any simple image editing tools like MS Paint.
The following steps describe how this can be done using MSPaint:-
1. Open the Image in MSPaint by right-clicking on the image and selecting the Edit option.
2. Once the image opens, select the Crop Tool.
3. Draw the cropping window around the desired area and click Ctrl+X
4. Click on File->New and hit Ctrl+V.
5. You can now save this image.
This process is tedious and becomes more tedious if you have a large number of images to process. Face Crop Jet is a tool that solves this issue by automating the entire process. It integrates facial detection and cropping of faces from images in Bulk.
This entire process can be completed for 100s of images with few mouse clicks. Take a look at the video below.
Face Crop Jet will detect a Face from a Photo and it will save the Image containing the Face. The output images are perfect for using as an ID Card Photo/Passport Photo as it has all required features for an ID Card/Passport Photo.
Face Crop Jet works by detecting a Face from an Image by using complex algorithms. It Crops out a perfect profile photo that can be used for ID Cards.
There is Zero Configuration, everything is Automatic.
Photos can be processed in Bulk.100s of Images can be processed and perfect ID Card Photos will be created in minutes.
Face Crop Jet supports almost all Image formats. You don’t need to worry about images being of different sizes, it will be handled automatically.
Once you set an output size, all images processed will be resized to this specific size.
Processor: Dual-Core Processor Recommended
RAM: 500 MB
Hard Disk: 100 MB
Video Card: NIL
For Windows: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 Operating Systems are Supported.
For Mac: Version 10.10: “Yosemite“, Version 10.11: “El Capitan“, Version 10.12: “Sierra“, Version 10.13: “High Sierra“, Version 10.14: “Mojave“, Version 10.15: “Catalina” are Supported.
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