Rippix automatically detects images within a single image file and allows you to store these into separate numbered image files that you specify. By entering the first number in the series and, if desired, an optional prefix or suffix, you can immediately Extract your images.-In Source Image File, browse to the image that you want to rip. -To change the orientation of the image, from the Image menu, select one of the options for flipping or rotating the image. -In Target Directory, browse to the folder where you want to store the ripped images. -Enter the first number you want to begin the series of ripped up images. A # sign appears in the Output Name Format for each digit in the number you enter in this field. -If your images aren't automatically boxed as you expect, adjust the Background Color or the Background Contrast as needed. -To adjust the Background Color, click on the Background Color button and then click on the background of your image. -Adjust the Background Contrast as needed. If not all of your items are boxed, MOVE the Background -Contrast up. If multiple items are in a single Box, lower the Background Contrast. If your items are still not boxed correctly, you can manually adjust them as needed: -Grab onto a side or corner of a box to resize it. -Box an item manually by clicking in one corner and dragging to the opposite corner. -Delete a box by right-clicking within it and selecting Delete from the menu. -In Output Name Format, do one of the following: To have only sequential numbers without additional text as the file names of the ripped images, do not change the Default value. To add a prefix to the file names of the ripped images, enter the prefix before any # sign or signs that appear in the field. To add a suffix to the file names of the ripped images, enter the suffix after any # sign or signs that appear in the field. -Click Rip. The ripped image files appear in the target directory and the First Number in Ser you can free dovvnload Rippix 1.0 now.
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