Autocropper has a beautiful user interface, and the main reason it is beautiful is because I designed it:
This is where each upload will have a card. The card will note the number of individual images within:
The card is clickable. To navigate between uploads and review the detected crops which should be pretty accurate, click each card.
On the bottom of your screen is a toolbar with several buttons:
This button will open a file dialog to upload one or multiple scans. See uploading scans.
This button will clear the uploaded scans and reset AutoCropper to its default view. You can use this button after completing a batch upload, after you have batch downloaded the separate images, to upload another batch of scans.
This button will open the Settings menu. You can customize the file name structure, the export quality, and the export file type.
This button will begin downloading all of the individual cropped images listed in the Export Table. The number in grey on the button is the number of separate images that will be downloaded.
The download is packaged into a zip file for faster speeds.
Each individual photo found in your batch of scans, which are outlined in blue, has an accompanying row in the Export List table which contains additional information. Additional information such as the dimensions of the export, the estimated file size, and more (I am constantly adding and trying new things so this may be outdated):
You can preview an individual crop from the Export Table by clicking the View Image button:
The image should open in a new tab. You may notice that the new tab does not have a normal URL. This is because the image is generated client-side, by your browser. You can right click this image to download it individually, or you can batch download all of the detected crops by clicking Download Zip below the table.
I don't think there is any reason to individually download the images one by one, but I wanted to mention this if for whatever reason you wanted to.
From the Export Table you can also click the "Edit" Button to open the Advanced Editor:
To exit the advanced editor, click “Close” or click anywhere outside of the modal:
This feature is coming soon. Keep in mind this is a one man show if anyone is reading this (if you are you're awesome). In theory you would click the name, and this file would be excluded from the default file naming structure