If you have some images with inscriptions (for example, a website URL or image name in the bottom part of the image), and you want to remove these inscriptions from these images, you can just cut a narrow stripe off these images (surely if it does not ruin the image). However, it is difficult to do manually. Still, you can remove the inscription from a batch of images at once, and that’s where Image Converter Plus will be of help.
Do the following:
- First, find out inscription size (the inscription is usually located in the bottom part of the image, so finding out its height in pixels is enough). Typically, inscriptions on images from one batch are quite similar in size and position, so you have to find out inscription height on one image from the batch.
- Launch Image Converter Plus.
- Go to “Photos” tab, select and add images you want to process.
- Go to Profiles tab. In “Operation before save: Add operation” line, click “Add operation” and select “Crop Image” from the menu.
- Click “+” mark located to the left from “Add operation” line to open the group of settings for added operations.
- In “Crop Image”, specify “margins” value. In “bottom” line, specify the value received in step 1, and specify zero values in other lines.
- Specify settings for the output format (optimal values are specified by default).
- Specify the folder to save converted images to.
- Specify other settings.
- Press “Start” button to start conversion. If the inscription is located vertically at the right image margin, find out its width in step 1 and specify this value in “Right” line of step 7. Specify zero values in other lines.