Follow these steps to apply a frame to your picture:
The thumbnails of the images are displayed under the main window. The selected image is outlined with a gray line. Choose another image with a click. You can move images in the list. Remove them with or using the Delete-key.
In the list of the frame packs, you can see the Default Pack that comes with the program, and all frame packs you downloaded and installed. Read how to add frame packs to the program.
When you select a pack, its sample is displayed on the square button.
Click the template to see all frames in the pack and choose the desired one.
Hint: You can also use your own frame - any image with one or more transparent areas of any shape in the PNG format. To load your own frame, select <Custom>… in the list, and choose the file.
You can add the selected frame to the Favorites list by clicking the icon . The Favorites tab keeps your most liked frames from all registered packs.
You can drag the desired picture into the frame.
You can also double-click the image in the list to place it in the frame.
Note: Transferring a photo to a frame by double-clicking is useful for the frame with only one hole. If there is more than one transparent area, the program will choose a photo based on its aspect ratio in relation to the area. For example, horizontal photos (which have greater width than height) would be placed in horizontal areas, etc.
For transparent one-hole templates, the Clipping option is available. It can be useful when a corner or an edge of the image shows through the frame. Click next to the frame template, and then to apply the effect.
Attention! When working with a frame, the original photos are converted to the frame's format. Therefore, if the frame's format is RGB/8, the photo will be converted to this format as well. Keep this in mind when creating your own frames.