The best tool for resizing & cropping to spec
CropToFit is an image scaling, cropping and optimization tool designed for web and app designers but anyone can use it. CropToFit excells at resizing and cropping to specified image dimensions.
The internet is replete with such requirements. We have collected a database of some of the most popular dimensions, but there are many more. Designers and app developers need to hunt down these dimensions and rescale and crop their artwork to fit.
Regular image editors allow you to resize or crop images, but not both. If you want to resize and crop to fit given dimensions, this a three step cumbersome process in other image editors. For example: First you crop to the width that looks good, then resize to the required width in pixels, then you crop to the required height in pixels.
With CropToFit this is a one step process.
No other free online image editor(*) is specifically designed to scale and crop in one step.Some more reasons to use CropToFit:
The methods that web browsers use to resize photos are designed for speed. They sacrifice quality to achieve greater speed.
Most web browsers use a method called nearest neighbor sampling when reducing the size of an image. This can lead to jagged and harsh lines. An elegant mathematica theory exists for resize images, called resampling theory. The resizeing (i.e. resampling) algorithm used by CropToFit should give the theoretically best possible results. The results are as good as with professional photo editors such as PhotoShop.
We use CropToFit daily and we are constantly striving to improve CropToFit. If you have suggestions, we would like to hear them.
If you have a suggestion or find a bug, please let us know by emailing us at email@example.com
First version live:
SVG rendering added. Fantastic for rendering graphics in all dimensins from SVGs.
Background fill functionality added, i.e. transparent, white and black.
Improved pixel level adjustment UI.
Snap to sides functionality.
Crop dimension database set up on Github for easier editing and versioning.
Fixed issue where pure white was rendering slightly off-white.