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How to Test Auto Crop in Workbench
Step 1: Load Photos
Load photos into Workbench. Photos should contain one person per photo.
Step 2: Enable Auto Crop
Enable Auto Crop by clicking the crop icon in the right-hand side panel.
Note: if you do not see any tools in the right-hand side panel, ensure you are in “Edit Mode” at the top of Workbench.
Step 3: Choose Crop Settings
Choose your desired aspect ratio from the dropdown menu. Then, set the positioning of the crop by adjusting the “Head Size,” “Horizontal,” and “Vertical” sliders or by moving and resizing the box over the photo.
Note: any adjustments you make will automatically apply and save for the current photo. (To reset crop settings to the original image, click “Reset Crop”).
Step 4: Apply Settings to All Photos
Click “Apply to All” to apply your current settings to all photos.
Step 5: Make Adjustments
As you flip through photos, you’ll notice that the crop settings have been applied. If you’d like to tweak the settings of any individual photo, simply adjust the sliders or the box over the image. The settings will automatically apply & save for the current photo.
Step 6: Save Photos
To save your cropped images, click “Save all” in the top right hand corner.
We’d greatly appreciate your feedback on our Auto Crop tool. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.