Gimp Video Tutorial – How To Use Gimp To Crop in Bulk

Written by Alex on March 3, 2012

This Gimp video tutorial will show you how to use Gimp to crop photos in bulk.

Script File: This Gimp video tutorial teaches you how to open several images and crop them down in an efficient manner. Related Tutorials: How To use gimp for beginners – Layers and Selections


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4 thoughts on “Gimp Video Tutorial – How To Use Gimp To Crop in Bulk”

  1. Jerry says:

    Alex… Love your tutorials. However, I hope you realize that there are some of us that are on Ubuntu and other flavors of Linux. So your instructions aren’t the same for us. It’s a bit more complicated to add scripts and plug-ins.

    1. Alex says:

      Yes Jerry I do realize that. Unfortunately I had to show this for some operating system, and since I was running windows I went with it. I should have clarified that in the video.

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  3. Thank you! Everything works very well.
    For Linux users, you have to put script file into the folder /home/your_user_name/.gimp-2.6/scripts
    Folder .gimp-2.6 is hidden, so go to the View menu and check Show Hidden Files.

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