Auto Crop, our head cropping and centering tool, is available for use in QuickServer. This FAQ goes over how to set up and use Auto Crop in QuickServer.
Auto Crop effortlessly handles the cropping process based on your specified parameters, ensuring consistent head sizes, eyelines, and gap between the top of the head and top of the photo.
Please note that Auto Crop was designed for portraits that were taken in the same aspect ratio in generally the same distance from the camera, for example a school portrait shoot.
Cost of Auto Crop in QuickServer
Auto Crop can be priced per-image or as a package price. Pricing starts at $0.20 per image. To discuss pricing or start a free trial of Auto Crop, speak with your designated contact or fill out our Contact Us Form.
How to Use Auto Crop in QuickServer
Using our cropping feature in QuickServer is easy — all you need to do is turn it on and choose your Crop Preset. You can either update a current channel or start a new channel.
To turn it on, simply scroll to the bottom of the right side until you see “Auto Crop,” then check the “Enable” box. Then, use the dropdown menu to choose a Crop Preset.
All Crop Presets are created in QuickDesk, the frontend of QuickServer. You can find them by opening QuickDesk and navigating to the crop section through the crop icon.
EyeQ created the crop presets already listed based on feedback from our customers, but you can create your own crop presets as well. To do so, you’ll need to:
- Choose your Aspect Ratio. You can also set your own by choosing the “Custom” option.
- Set your crop by placing the crop where you would like on the image. Please note that this is how you want your set of images to be cropped.
- Click “Save Crop Preset,” give it a name, and you’re done!