cropping jobs

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cropping jobs

Postby braver » Thu Jun 02, 2005 10:26 pm

Greetings -- in several prior postings, I've asked certain questions about frame management. As a registered owner of Ai and HDR, I would appreciate responses by the support to most, if not all, of them. If my questions are unclear, I'd like to know where, so I can elaborate/rephrase! You can see my unanswered support questions via the usual forum mechanism, through my user name.

Anyhow, here's a very specific question on frame management: Can I do it in HDR, via Job manager? My problem is frame borders which contain some black from the slide mounts. I want to define a very specific frame, by size, in pixels or centimeters, so that the ratio 4:3 is preserved. Then I want to position the frame so that on all images, it cuts off the black. Then I want to apply the frame to all images. Can I do it in HDR via Job manager/batch?

Cheers,
Alexy

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Postby LSI_Noack » Fri Jun 03, 2005 11:09 am

Dear Alexy

frame extensions and placement unfortunately aren't yet caught by the copy parameter action in the JobManager.

Please note that the purpose of the imaging forum is not to provide personal support. It is intended to serve as a platform for imaging professionals for exchange of experience and communicating ideas [ viewtopic.php?p=9763&highlight=9763 ].
Therefore LSI staff will only provide limited support in the forum.
Thank you in anticipation of your kind co-operation.

Best regards
Sonny Noack
- Manager Technical Support, LaserSoft Imaging AG -

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Postby braver » Wed Jun 08, 2005 5:18 pm

I still wonder, how do I set the size of the frame precisely -- centered, 4:3 ratio, and specific dimensions in millimeters?

Alexy


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