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Image crop want to made in flash

Image cropping by Action script2.0 , how i can do or any link through this possible

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Class ImageViewer { // The movie clip that will contain all ImageViewer assets private var container_mc:MovieClip; // The movie clip to which container_mc will be attached private var target_mc:MovieClip; // Depths for visual assets private var containerDepth:Number; private static var imageDepth:Number = 0; private static var maskDepth:Number = 1; private static var borderDepth:Number = 2; private static var statusDepth:Number = 3; // The thickness of the border around the image private var borderThickness:Number; // The color of the border around the image private var borderColor:Number; // The MovieClipLoader instance used to load the image private var imageLoader:MovieClipLoader; public function ImageViewer (target:MovieClip, depth:Number, x:Number, y:Number, w:Number, h:Number, borderThickness:Number, borderColor:Number) { // Assign property values target_mc = target; containerDepth = depth; this.borderThickness = borderThickness; this.borderColor = borderColor; imageLoader = new MovieClipLoader( ); // Register this instance to receive events // from the imageLoader instance imageLoader.addListener(this); // Set up the visual assets for this ImageViewer buildViewer(x, y, w, h); } private function buildViewer (x:Number, y:Number, w:Number, h:Number):Void { // Create the clips to hold the image, mask, and border createMainContainer(x, y); createImageClip( ); createImageClipMask(w, h); createBorder(w, h); } private function createMainContainer (x:Number, y:Number):Void { container_mc = target_mc.createEmptyMovieClip( "container_mc" + containerDepth, containerDepth); container_mc._x = x; container_mc._y = y; } private function createImageClip ( ):Void { container_mc.createEmptyMovieClip("image_mc", imageDepth); } private function createImageClipMask (w:Number, h:Number):Void { // Create the mask only if a valid width and height are specified if (!(w > 0 && h > 0)) { return; } // In the container, create a clip to act as the mask over the image container_mc.createEmptyMovieClip("mask_mc", maskDepth); // Draw a rectangle in the mask container_mc.mask_mc.moveTo(0, 0); container_mc.mask_mc.beginFill(0x0000FF); // Use blue for debugging container_mc.mask_mc.lineTo(w, 0); container_mc.mask_mc.lineTo(w, h); container_mc.mask_mc.lineTo(0, h); container_mc.mask_mc.lineTo(0, 0); container_mc.mask_mc.endFill( ); // Hide the mask (it will still function as a mask when invisible) container_mc.mask_mc._visible = false; } /** * Creates the border around the image. * * @param w The width of the border, in pixels. * @param h The height of the border, in pixels. */ private function createBorder (w:Number, h:Number):Void { // Create the border only if a valid width and height are specified. if (!(w > 0 && h > 0)) { return; } // In the container, create a clip to hold the border around the image container_mc.createEmptyMovieClip("border_mc", borderDepth); // Draw a rectangular outline in the border clip, with the // specified dimensions and color container_mc.border_mc.lineStyle(borderThickness, borderColor); container_mc.border_mc.moveTo(0, 0); container_mc.border_mc.lineTo(w, 0); container_mc.border_mc.lineTo(w, h); container_mc.border_mc.lineTo(0, h); container_mc.border_mc.lineTo(0, 0); } /** * Loads a JPEG file into the image viewer. * * @param URL The local or remote address of the image to load. */ public function loadImage (URL:String):Void { imageLoader.loadClip(URL, container_mc.image_mc); // Create a load-status text field to show the user load progress container_mc.createTextField("loadStatus_txt", statusDepth, 0, 0, 0, 0); container_mc.loadStatus_txt.background = true; container_mc.loadStatus_txt.border = true; container_mc.loadStatus_txt.setNewTextFormat(new TextFormat( "Arial, Helvetica, _sans", 10, borderColor, false, false, false, null, null, "right")); container_mc.loadStatus_txt.autoSize = "left"; // Position the load-status text field container_mc.loadStatus_txt._y = 3; container_mc.loadStatus_txt._x = 3; // Indicate that the image is loading container_mc.loadStatus_txt.text = "LOADING"; } /** * MovieClipLoader handler. Triggered by imageLoader when data arrives. * * @param target A reference to the movie clip for which * progress is being reported. * @param bytesLoaded The number of bytes of target * that have loaded so far. * @param bytesTotal The total size of target, in bytes. */ public function onLoadProgress (target:MovieClip, bytesLoaded:Number, bytesTotal:Number):Void { container_mc.loadStatus_txt.text = "LOADING: " + Math.floor(bytesLoaded / 1024) + "/" + Math.floor(bytesTotal / 1024) + " KB"; } /** * MovieClipLoader handler. Triggered by imageLoader when loading is done. * * @param target A reference to the movie clip for which * loading has finished. */ public function onLoadInit (target:MovieClip):Void { // Remove the loading message container_mc.loadStatus_txt.removeTextField( ); // Apply the mask to the loaded image container_mc.image_mc.setMask(container_mc.mask_mc); } /** * MovieClipLoader handler. Triggered by imageLoader when loading fails. * * * @param target A reference to the movie clip for which * loading failed. * @param errorCode A string stating the cause of the load failure. */ public function onLoadError (target:MovieClip, errorCode:String):Void { if (errorCode == "URLNotFound") { container_mc.loadStatus_txt.text = "ERROR: File not found."; } else if (errorCode == "LoadNeverCompleted") { container_mc.loadStatus_txt.text = "ERROR: Load failed."; } else { // Catch-all to handle possible future error codes container_mc.loadStatus_txt.text = "Load error: " + errorCode; } } /** * Must be called before the ImageViewer instance is deleted. * Gives the instance a chance to destroy any resources it has created. */ public function destroy ( ):Void { // Cancel load event notifications imageLoader.removeListener(this); // Remove movie clips from the Stage container_mc.removeMovieClip( ); } }

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How I can crop the uploaded image by action script2.0
Such as I upload an face image and now i want to cut the image as required, see example in jibjab.com

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