IDPhoto Processor is a useful piece of software aimed to help you prepare pictures for being used in IDs, automatically detecting human faces and enabling you to crop several items to the same size, in just a few swift moves.
Thanks to its accessible and straightforward user interface, the application poses little difficulty, even for less experienced individuals, while the provided documentation can help you fill in any gaps.
The main window of IDPhoto Processor functions as an explorer, allowing you to indicate the storage folder for the targeted files and define the parameters of the operation.
After having set the source path for your images, you can select a single item that you wish to work with individually, and click the ‘Process to File’ function in the right-side panel. At this point, a dedicated ‘ID Image Processing’ window will open, enabling you to define the area to focus on, either the ‘Face’ or the ‘Center’.
You can also resize the picture to preferred width and height values, or ‘Apply Crop Frame’, adjusting the zoom level and position. You can even use a frame effect, specifically ‘Rounded Corners’. Moreover, IDPhoto Processor allows you to correct the brightness, contrast, gamma and sharpness levels, or use ‘Grayscale’.
Nonetheless, IDPhoto Processor is aimed mainly at bulk operations, so you can work with countless images at once. This is done by selecting all the targeted files, then clicking on the ‘Process to File’ option. This, however, will require you to confirm your actions for each individual item by pressing the ‘Save’ button, which automatically exports the results to the destination folder.
To conclude, IDPhoto Processor is a practical and easy to handle utility that can assist you in cropping and adjusting digital images,so they can all fit the size of the ID card that you are making.