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This video demonstrates how to crop an image when uploading.
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About this video
This video assumes you are already logged into the Sketchanet editor. If you don't know how to do this, you can find out how here.
How to upload an image
You can upload an image very easily. Place the cursor into the cell, where you would like the image to appear. Then click on the "Insert Image" icon in the text controls toolbar. This will bring up the Image File Manager where you can upload a new image from your hard drive. (For further information, please see this tutorial.)
Once the image has been selected you will be presented with three cropping options before upload takes place. These are "Don't Crop", "Predefined" and"Free Selection".
As the name suggests, this will upload your image without cropping.
A template will come loaded with predefined cropping ratios, for example 1:1 for a square crop, or 16:9 for a wide letterbox format. You can also create your own cropping ratios which will be saved. This is a valuable tool if you want to ensure multiple images are cropped with the same dimensions.
This option allows you to arbitrarily crop an image to any dimension.