Windows: SEAMonster harnesses the power of seam carving to micro-edit and resize your images while keeping important elements intact and undistorted.
Source image by The Meanest Indian.
Like previously reviewed application Seam Carving GUI, SEAMonster doesn’t simply crop or scale an image it to knock it down in size— it looks for the patterns of pixels that aren’t as prominent and remove them. Prominent features of the image are left intact, while the less tangible apsects are manipulated to resize the image. In the case of seam carving, a video is worth ten thousand words, so be sure to check out both the video from the inventors of seam carving and from the author of SEAMonster, available at the link below. SEAMonster is freeware, Windows only, and requires the .NET Framework 2.0 or later to run.