CROP(FILENAME,APPEND,MARGIN) is the full calling form. APPEND and MARGIN are optional inputs.
CROP('filename.ext') crops the image in the file and saves it using the original filename, overwriting the old image. The extension (ext) can be anything IMREAD supports.
CROP(directory) crops all images in a directory.
If APPEND is 1, CROP saves the cropped image as 'filename_crop.ext' in the same directory as the original.
MARGIN sets the margin width in pixels (default is 10).
Requirements: your FIND must allow the 'last' option (version 7+?)
Andrew Bliss (2021). crop whitespace from an image (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/20427-crop-whitespace-from-an-image), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
Sorry to say but it did not work. Turned the image B&W and left margins as is.
Works very well. Thanks a lot
it is amazing! very useful!
Amazing. Thanks so much for this
I have numerical result from PDE in include (U,x,y)
that (x,y)=[-1,1]*[-1,1] mesh! and U is answer PDE, how can use this function !
Please any example or tip ! let me know !! firstname.lastname@example.org
Love this script. Use it all the time, brilliant.
Can I nominate this for script of the year? This is amazing. I wish I knew about this script earlier.
Just Perfect, thanks!
where is the file???? anybody send me on my email id?
thanks in advance..
Johan- it shouldn't change the colors. Can you give more details or an example file?
Very helpful but does anybody know why it changes the colours of the picture ?
Very useful. Works like a charm.
Nice job, thanks very much.
I tried savefig but it doesn't crop, this one works great! Keeps me from manually cropping every time with another software
Works very nice, thanks.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
very helpful, thank you
I wish I had found this earlier. This could have saved me manually cropping about 300 images already, but atleast still saves the next 700.
Wow! This just saved me a wealth of time, Thank you so much!!! No more opening each image one by one in Picture Manager and manually cropping
very usefull, Thanks
Great little *.m file!
Modified it a bit, but more-or-less ready to go.
Thanks a bunch!
Saved me pulling my hair out trying to work this out!
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