This project aims to offer a simple cross-platform application for cropping PDF files. A simple user interface lets you define exactly the crop-region by fitting a rectangle on the visually overlaid pages.
- Crop PDFs GUI based
- Crop different regions into separate pages
- Crop multi column/pages
Great software! It works perfectly on my macbook pro. The only option I would like is an option where the cropped document automatically replaces the original one. This could be useful, when space is limited (e.g. ones Dropbox account) and you don't want double copies of each pdf document. I also noted that some cropped pdf documents are larger (up to 3 times larger) than the original file.
It fix the problem. I am now using this to fix every scanned pdf
Excellent. 1. If I was terribly greedy (and I am) I would ask for more ... ... Gerhard, how about a means to straighten a PDF or batch of PDFs ... that would be 'oh so brilliant'! and, very very secondary ... 2. Clearer explanations as how to process batches and margins. BRISS brings out the PDF-Mohel in all of us, DASH CHAM
Very good idea. Although I'm having issues with large file. I'm trying to crop a textbook that's over 900 pages. I think some of the pages are skipped from inclusion in the cropping clusters, because I end up cropping text on some pages, even though I make sure none of the text is outside the cropping rectangles before I crop. I know there is an option to load large files from command line, but I was not able to get that to work either (bc n00b). It would be really helpful to include that option in the GUI. But otherwise great program. Keep up the amazing work!