Crop

You can crop the desired portion of an image using the cropping tool.

Image cropping ratio

You can crop the image with various aspect ratios. The following cropping ratios are available in built-in toolbar: “Free, Original, Square, 3:1, 1:3, 3:2, 2:3, 4:3, 3:4, 5:4, 4:5, 16:9, 9:16”.

Cropping operation can be done in the following two ways:

  • Enabling cropping and selecting the crop region visually.
  • Entering the cropping area manually.

Handling the cropping tool

The ToggleCropping method in the image editor control allows users to enable or disable the cropping region placed over the image to visually choose the area for cropping.

  • The following code shows cropping the image to any desired size.
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  • // For free hand cropping.
    
    editor.ToggleCropping();
    • The following code shows cropping an image based on its original width and height.
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  • // For cropping a image with its original width and height.
    
    editor.ToggleCropping(float.NaN,float.NaN);
    • The following code shows cropping an image based on specific ratio.
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  • // For cropping the image with ratio, x value as 9, and y value as 17.
    
    editor.ToggleCropping(9,17);
    • To position the cropping window with custom location, pass the desired rectangle in ToggleCropping method. Each value in the rectangle should be in offset value(0 to 100).
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  • Rectangle rect = new Rectangle(20,20,50,50);
    
    editor.ToggleCropping(rect);

    After the cropping area has been selected, the Crop method is called, which in turn crops the selected region and displays the cropped image on the image editor.

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  • editor.Crop();

    Entering the cropping area manually

    To manually enter the cropping area without enabling the cropping functionality, use the overloaded Crop(Rectangle rect) method. It can be done by defining a rectangle and passing it to the Crop(rect) method.

    editor.Crop(new Rectangle(100,100,150,200));

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