Inpaint - Magically Remove Unwanted Objects and People From Your Photos!
Top Reasons to use Inpaint:
*Repair old photos
*Erasing Power Lines
*Remove unwanted objects
*Digital Facial retouching
*Delete unwanted people from photo
*Remove date stamps
*Erase wrinkles and skin blemishes
*Remove tourists from travel photos
*Fill black areas of a panorama
*Remove text or logo from images
*Easy to get use & started
Inpaint photo restoration software reconstructs the selected image area from the pixels near the area boundary.
*Improved quality of texture generation
*Added option to clear donor area
Ratings and Reviews
Great! with a few rough edges
(V 6.2 downloaded this morning) I’m pretty picky in my ratings, and giving it 4 stars makes it a very good piece of software in my estimation. It worked easily right off the bat, although for a totally new user it would be nice to point to some tutorials. These are there, but you have to hunt for them. It is a LOT easier to use than Photoshop, and with almost no effort produced what I could get after a lot of work with Photoshop. Dropping the marker size to its minimum (showed “1” presumably pixel) led to a program crash that needs to be fixed, also I trust that future updates will provide graceful recoveries with autosave features.
Bottom line: for the price… unbeatable!
Quick, easy, and efficient in most cases
Sure, you could accomplish the same thing using other applications, and not necessarily the well-known and very expensive ones, either. But if you frequently feel the need to edit some detail or other out of your images and want to do so quickly and without having to fiddle with (or requiring) more precise tools, Inpaint gets the job done—most of the time. There are some scenarios (depending on various factors involving particular colors and backgrounds) where Inpaint’s edits remain painfully visible, especially if you know where to look. For those relatively little details, however—say, a plastic trash bag marring your otherwise perfect beach shot—it’s usually quite reliable.
Good - except when it locks up
Has an unfortunate tendancy to lock up (especially when trying to open a new file), quit unexpectedly, etc. When it’s working, I really like how easy it is and what a good job it does. I also didn’t like that, at first, it continually asked me to review it!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.