Cropping in IrfanView is pretty straightforward. To cut out a part of your image, you simply need to select it and use IrfanView's cropping feature.
IrfanView is a compact graphic viewer, converter, organizer, and editor and works with a wide range of operating systems. It is quite popular among beginners and professionals because of its powerful editing capabilities and its low system resource requirements. This tutorial explores how to crop in IrfanView in 4 easy steps.
Total Time: 1 minute
First, open IrfanView and go to the File menu on the main toolbar. Click Open and navigate to the location of your saved image in your file repository. Select the image in question and click Open to upload it to your workspace.
Next, click and drag to select the area of the image you want to crop.
Then, go to the Edit menu on the main toolbar, and click Crop selection to cut out the parts of the image you don’t want to keep. The new image displayed is the cropped version of the original.
Finally, go to the File menu on the main toolbar and select Save As. Keep the existing file name to overwrite the previous version, or create a new name for it to keep both versions of the files. Select the file format you want it saved in, and then click on the Save button to complete the process.
That’s how to crop in IrfanView. We hope you found this tutorial helpful for your next photo editing project.