About cropping an image
When you crop an image you discard the parts of a raster image that are outside a user-defined rectangular area.
Cropping is particularly useful when you have ‘useless information’ outside of the main element of your image. By cropping you will not-only neaten up the image, you will also be able to cater your vectorization settings specifically for the main element in your image rather than worrying about vectorizing useless information.
How to crop an image
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