how to use rsizr
rsizr interface
This is rsizr's main interface. At the top of the screen you will see tabs with buttons that allow you to perform different functions with the image. At the bottom right you will see a white box with the current dimensions (width by height) and zoom level of your image.


using the tabs
The tabs are grouped by function. The tabs are also arranged in levels to show which tabs are dependent on other tabs. For example, the retarget functions are only available when you choose the "retarget" function from the resize functions. Let's take a closer look.
  • open picture - allows you to open up a new picture. Your current picture will be replaced by the new picture.
  • revert - will revert back to the picture you originally opened. Any changes you had made to the picture will be undone.
  • save picture - allows you to save the picture to your computer as a JPG or PNG image.
  • zoom in - this will change your cursor into a magnifying glass. Each time you click on your image with this cursor you will zoom in 10% larger.
  • zoom out- this will change your cursor into a magnifying glass. Each time you click on your image with this cursor you will zoom out 10% smaller.
  • rotate left - will rotate your image 90 degrees to the left.
  • rotate right - will rotate your image 90 degrees to the right.
You can also use the wheel on your mouse to zoom in or out of the image.
  • retarget - allows you to change the size of your image using the seam carving technique. Go to the retargeting page for more information.
  • rescale - allows you to change the size of your image using standard, uniform scaling. Go to the rescaling page for more information.
  • crop - allows you to reframe your image, removing unwanted areas. Go to the cropping page for more information.
   opening pictures

> rsizr interface

   resizing pictures
       retargeting
       rescaling
       cropping

   saving pictures