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Slasher for Mac

By Curtis JonesFreeUser Rating

Key Details of Slasher

  • Chop an image by rows and columns.
  • Last updated on 9/16/2013
  • There have been 5 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


Editors' Review

Download.com staff

Slasher for Mac lets you take a single image and cut it into rows and columns and then save the output. While there's no user guidance, the process is fast and easy enough that even novices will have no trouble with this freeware tool.

Slasher for Mac opens to a very basic interface that is functional and easy to use. The menu has only two options to open an image and close the application. Despite the lack of a Help file or other user guidance, the process proved fairly easy. You can drag and drop images onto the main window and easily set your options with the three drop-down menus. These let you choose the number of rows and columns to cut the image into and what the output format should be. It covers most of the popular options, including JPEG, GIF, and BMP. The output goes to the original location of the photo and there's no way to change this default, but that's a pretty minor issue from our perspective. In our tests, the images were cut exactly as we specified with no impact on their overall quality.

Slasher for Mac's easy-to-understand interface and multiple output options make it suitable for any user needing to generate multiple image cuts from a single image.


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Full Specifications

GENERAL
Release
January 20, 2012
Latest update
September 16, 2013
Version
1.0.3
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Platform
Mac
Operating System
Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.7
Additional Requirements
None
POPULARITY
Total Downloads
161
Downloads Last Week
0

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Developer's Description

Chop an image by rows and columns.
Just drag-and-drop an image and Slasher will chop it up into the desired number of rows and columns. Slasher can create chopped image output in various formats including PNG, GIF, JPEG, BMP, and TIFF.