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Does anyone know how to take a large gif of jpeg and cut it up into 12 separate gifs or jpegs? I'm creating a puzzle, and I want to cut a large picture up into several small pieces. Thanks.
 
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1) this is not the right forum
2) buy a good reference book and look up CropImageFilter
 
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that might be an instance where a non-java solution is better. There are many programs out there for editing gif's and jpg's.
 
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Hi Sean,
There's a freeware programme Picture Dicer that should do what you want.
Or you can buy MapEdit, a shareware product.
Hope that helps, I'm closing the thread because it's not related to Certification.

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