Inpaint 6.0 era disponibile come app gratuita il 13 ottobre 2014!
Inpaint rimuoverà in maniera quasi magica qualsiasi elemento dalle vostre foto! Con pochi e semplici click, potrete ottenere immagini nitide, spettacolari, proprio come si intendeva che fossero all’inizio. Inpaint consente di selezionare gli oggetti indesiderati o le persone in una foto e farli sparire letteralmente in pochi secondi.
Con soltanto tre semplici passi, è possibile rimuovere dalle foto linee elettriche, turisti, edifici e altri elementi indesiderati come se non fossero mai stati lì. Inpaint consente anche di migliorare rapidamente la pelle delle persone ritratte in foto e di nascondere tutto quello che non si vuole mostrare. Basta applicare lo strumento Marker o il Magic Want per ogni zona e vedere immediatamente la differenza!
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8; 1000 MHz processor; 256 MB RAM
PhotoScissors è un'applicazione per la rimozione dello sfondo dalle foto che permette di estrarre facilmente oggetti e persone dalle foto. Basta selezionarli con il mouse e l'algoritmo del programma pensa al resto.
iResizer riduce un’immagine senza cambiarne i contenuti visuali più importanti, come persone, palazzi, animali, ecc. iResizer vi permetterà di tagliare o allargare le immagini per migliorare una composizione, adattare una foto o cambiarne l’orientamento.
PhotoStitcher combina automaticamente le foto per produrre delle immagini panoramiche impeccabili. Basta selezionare le immagini da unire/sovrapporre e cliccare sul pulsante “Stitch”, PhotoStitcher si occuperà del resto in maniera completamente automatica.
BatchInpaint è una versione batch del noto software Inpaint. Adesso potrete rimuovere watermark, date ed altri elementi indesiderati dalle foto in modalità batch.
FolderIco permette di cambiare l’icona di qualsiasi cartella di Windows con un solo click! Non sapete come sostituire le classiche icone gialle con colori più belli e vividi? Con FolderIco potrete portare il colore nelle cartelle di Windows. Con un semplice click, potrete colorare le vostre cartelle e scoprire un nuovo modo di organizzare efficacemente i vostri file. Da ora in poi, basterà uno sguardo per trovare la cartella giusta!
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Excellent software to remove unwanted objects from a photo....actually it’s probably the best one of this category and it’s very easy to use as well, when compared to GIMP, for instance.
The idea is brilliant, namely remove unwanted objects from a single image by algorithmically regenerating the background based on the surroundings.
The MultiView Inpaint is not combined with this GAOTD simply because it's a totally different software:
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And of course GIMP:
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.2 Pro 64 bit system. It installs in my case in the 64 bit program folder.
A (Russian) company without name and address, focusing on photo manipulation and removing unwanted objects. Maxim Gapchenko is regularly participating here with good products.
This is version 6.0, we had had the previous versions 5.6 on January 9th of this year and 5.5 on October 3rd of last year.
Here are the old reviews:
I did not found a "what's new?" information.
Upon start a dark resizable (lightroom sytle) interface opens, you can change language and marker size. That’s it.
If you ever wanted to Magically remove tourists or other unwanted persons (from your photo) then this is the software for you.
The interface is more or less self explaining, you define the person, which you don't want to any longer with a red marker and suddenly the person disappears. There is no magic, it depends on the the size, the background and the structure of the picture - and on your skills how to define the cutout.
Works as it should. Easier to handle as the e.g. Photoshop clone stamp tool - but you can achieve better results with the latter, when you could define from which area are the clone information taken.
What a pity, that the MultiView Inpaint is not combined with this software. But I understand, that he wants to sell several programs.
Uninstalled via reboot. i am used the "old" clone stamp.
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@ Karl: with InPaint also, you can define precisely where to select the pixels that will replace the ones you want to remove, even from a non-adjacent area.
Just check the green spot and use the rubber to deselect the automatically selected adjacent area, then check the marker (or lasso etc.) icon to select where you want.
Personally, I regret that InPaint doesn't give us back the support of transparency that it featured in its early versions (for more creative purposes than just dissolving mothers-in-law and ex partners).
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@Karl... ("I did not found a “what’s new?” information.")
Here is the info...
What's new in Inpaint 6.0
Added recent files list
Added ability to move the image around while holding the space button
Added HiDPI and Retina display support
Improved memory usage
What's new in Inpaint 5.6
Added clipboard support
Added ability to close current image
Added ability to save image with default quality by keyboard shortcut
Corrected old translations and added some new
Minor interface improvements
What's new in Inpaint 5.5
X2 Inpaint algorithm boost
Added 64-bit support
New method for donor area selection, now you can use all mask selection tools
Now marker size change can be done by keyboard, click '[' to decrease and ']' to increase marker size
Draw straight line using marker tool, just hold down the SHIFT key
Added Load/Save Mask functionality, which allows to reuse the same mask
Minor bugs fixing
To leave Inpaint simple to use, MultiView feature excluded from Inpaint and released as separate product MultiView Inpaint
What's new in Inpaint 5.4
What's new in Inpaint 5.3
New "View Original" feature, now you can compare the original image and result at any time
What's new in Inpaint 5.2
Bugs fixing release
What's new in Inpaint 5.1
New Inpaint Look
Improved Undo/Redo memory usage
What's new in Inpaint 5.0
New Erasing algorithm
New Lasso selection tool
New Polygonal Lasso selection tool
New Deselection mode which allows to subtract from selection area
Improved User Interface
What's new in Inpaint 4.7
Overall stability, memory usage and performance improvements.
Magic Wand tool improvements.
What's new in Inpaint 4.6
Minor bugs fixed
What's new in Inpaint 4.5
Added Magic Wand tool. Allows you to select an area of an image based on its colour.
What's new in Inpaint 4.4
Significant performance optimization for Multi View Inpaint tool
Multi View Inpaint tool crashes fixed
Storing the Quality level of the image to be saved
Added ability to move the image around using the middle mouse button
Modified zoom function to center on the area the mouse pointer wants to zoom to
What's new in Inpaint 4.3
Added new Unique Multi View Inpaint feature.
What's new in Inpaint 4.2
Added support 8-Bit Grayscale images
What's new in Inpaint 4.1
Added support for EXIF data. EXIF data is retained on saving.
Minor interface modifications
What's new in Inpaint 4.0
Algorithm and performance improvements
Inpaint Guiding Lines functionality
Proper Undo/Redo for Inpaint control
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@ ouialaraison #7
Thank you for your comment. I have made a short example to show where a clone stamp is IMHO the better solution.
The picture is the famous Mount Fuji with a beautiful tea garden. The problems (as always) are clear defined structures. Think of a wall with bricks, a building with windows, a fence.
I want to delete a wall - I select the wall with the red marker - The green area is shown from where the pixels come (Pic2). This does of course not work - so I selected exactly one row of tea bush from above (Pic3). The result is visible on Pic4. With more time, you achieve a better result... but with a good clone stamp, this is done faster and better.
Greetings from Germany
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