InPaint 2.4

Inpaint reconstructs the selected image area from the pixel near the area boundary. Inpaint may be used to remove undesirable objects from still images.

Delete any unwanted object from your photo, such as extra power-line, people, text... The program will automatically inpaint the selected area to erase it.
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60 votes Vote

I suggest editing tools should be added

you should add editing tools like for example: a paint brush or text tool so that it could be added and blended in, that would be great and add a promising increase in sales
Edwin, 12.07.2010, 07:49
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55 votes Vote

As with all software, it takes time to get it useful for people to need. Indeed most people are very adept at Photoshop, so why not make it a plugin for Photoshop, the clone tool can do the same things manually, but it can take more time.

A standlone version could also work but in a lower price bracket.... say $19.99
Terry, 12.07.2010, 07:49
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I suggest you go after a slightly different audience. The kind of people who know photoshop aren't going to be convinced. And the kind who don't won't know what the clone stamp tool is.

Knowing your audience can be the difference between selling 3 copies and selling 3 million copies ;)
PR0XIDIAN, 12.07.2010, 07:07
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41 votes Vote

Add ability to select margin that references of original cut.

This program is good and working better than any other program, but sometimes it references weird places.
BlastSound, 12.07.2010, 07:11
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13 votes Vote

How about integration with the Windows Explorer, so that when you right click on a picture, you have an option to open it with InPaint !

Thanks for such a great program !
Hector Noriega R., 12.07.2010, 09:16
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10 votes Vote

Reprocessing the image increases its file size substantially and also reduces its quality. At best, the tool should only work on the area selected, without re-processing the rest of the image, so that increase in size and reduction in quality are min

tomcat, 12.07.2010, 11:33
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10 votes Vote

create a portable version of InPaint so that one could put it on a USB flash drive and always have it available, even when travelling

Matt, 12.07.2010, 11:53
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10 votes Vote

Two suggestions:

1) Additional selection tools; 'Bezier Spline' would be nice, 'Magic Wand' would be great. 2) (Believe it or not) addition of some "noise" into the synthesized regions can actually improve the perception of detail and visual integration.
Eric, 12.07.2010, 09:22
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9 votes Vote

Add JPG compression level option to the save process. And at 'Save', promt before overwriting original.

Kellox, 12.07.2010, 14:32
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7 votes Vote

not try to sell this as a way of removing watermarks.

Irked Photographer, 12.07.2010, 13:38
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7 votes Vote

make resizing the 'surrounding box' just by clicking on its corner boxes and/or side boxes (meaning: sans having to also hold down shift key)

cu, 12.07.2010, 09:37
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7 votes Vote

Most people don't even HAVE photoshop, not to mention being 'very adept' at it. This tool is great just as it is. This is for people who don't want complicated tools.

Cat, 12.07.2010, 18:18
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5 votes Vote

implement better zooming. Mouse wheel + Ctrl/Alt, zoom to current cursor location on image. And/or a selectable %-based zoom.

Working with 10mp images, I have to click the button to zoom in a notch, scroll the image as zooming can reset the position on the image, figure out if that was zoomed in enough...rinse and repeat.
Pakrat, 12.07.2010, 16:18
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Not change a thing!

Unlike all these others, I am among those NOT that adept at Photoshop, and I so appreciate the incredibly fantastic ease at which this great tool can be used! Spots, burned-in date codes, tears and crinkles, even unwanted PEOPLE in the...
Frank, 12.07.2010, 10:34
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Be able to decide which side next to the selected area to clone from.

Once an area is selected it would be nice to tell the program to clone the selection from the area to the left of the selection (or right or top or bottom). That way areas selected right next to a person wouldn't clone from part of the person.
Bob, 12.07.2010, 12:18
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3 votes Vote

when task is completed single click should suffice to end rather than having to get out of another selection

cu, 12.07.2010, 10:42
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improve it before selling it... on the screenshot example, the erased portion shows by being lighter (just as if the blending was done fron the text- lighte than the gold grass) It is far from being a professional tool for me, and wouldn't use it as

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Manon, 12.07.2010, 15:50
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3 votes Vote

Create one for use with android phone.

Onecookid, 12.07.2010, 16:30
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3 votes Vote

Here's the biggest issue -- the replacement area is always a rectangle, always oriented 90 deg. You can change it with the shift keys, but that's it. You need to make the replacement area draggable without X,Y restraint, just like the selection are

James Hempsmorkington, 12.07.2010, 17:59
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3 votes Vote

I like the program and find it's very useful. I'd like to see a similar program created for video clips.

Jer, 12.07.2010, 21:38
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3 votes Vote

sell it for less or at least make it more of an image editing software than just a single tool. Photoshop has a 'content aware fill' already so it does exactly what this is supposed to do.

Kind of pointless... but good for those who don't know photoshop or don't do image editing at all.
Person, 12.07.2010, 22:16
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allow the user to set constraints on where to extract pixel data from. The human vision system is still absolute number one in processing visual data, so lets use that monster as a high level decision maker to determine where the useful areas are in

timbre, 12.07.2010, 22:29
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Reduce the price to around $2.99/$3.99, this is the same price you pay by a paper magazine around world. Some people place a very large importance to the product. Is a small piece of code more important than a good paper magazine?

price_it, 13.07.2010, 03:17
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allow a removed item to be copied to the clipboard for use elsewhere.

Instead of just removing an object and discarding it, I'd like to see an option to save its image to the clipboard so that it can be pasted either somewhere else in the same picture or into another picture. This would be very useful to me.
Barry, 13.07.2010, 05:46
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Make it standalone. I keep my photos on a portable hdd so I can edit them regardless of which pc I'm using.

Spiritwolf, 13.07.2010, 05:00
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