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I would like to know how to (as fast as possible) mass edit (means everything at once - around 100 images): What I want to do is remove both (upper and downer one) big black lines as well as remove (so simply cut a bit more of an image) the taskbar at the down side.

Instead of the cut part, it should NOT be white color but just black color (+ taskbar below) removed.

How do I do that with around 100 images? Searching for the quickest way.

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You can use Python with Python Imaging Library to crop images.

easy_install PIL

Then in your script:

import Image

For each image, crop away the edges--e.g.,

im = Image.open(filename)
region = im.crop( (100,100,500,600) )
region.save(newfilename)
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Im not programmer. Don't know programming :-( Anything else please? – YesPlease Jul 25 '12 at 23:19
    
It graphic related. Not just programming. – YesPlease Jul 26 '12 at 5:26
    
IrfanView is the way to go if you don't like programming. – mnmnc Jul 27 '12 at 10:29

I would recomend IrfanView for batch processing images. It has a lot of options for cropping.

File -> Batch Conversion -> Tick Use advanced options -> Advanced button

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