InPaint 3.0

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.

If some unexpected object spoils an otherwise good photograph, Inpaint may be used to remove it. Simply select the object. No need for fiddly messing about with the clone tool!
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331 votes Vote

Make a freeform selection rather than just rectangles and straight lines.

Joe Bob, 11.01.2011, 10:13
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258 votes Vote

add support for RAW format

Laurel , 11.01.2011, 08:16
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241 votes Vote

Add a fit to screen view instead of just zoom out, zoom in and actual

this would allow you to see the whole image immediately without having to use the zoom out multiple times
Colin Wiffen, 11.01.2011, 08:12
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239 votes Vote

Add auto-selection feature when clicking an object.

Our hand isn't always perfect to move marker. We can do mistakes. So, this feature will be useful if we want to remove particular objects from photo like a small boat from sea.
Sachin Shekhar, 11.01.2011, 08:51
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175 votes Vote

Allow adjustment of stylus/paintbush form for more precise selection of removed areas/textures

sinbad, 11.01.2011, 11:01
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29 votes Vote

Allow 'undo', 'redo' after each change.

iMagical, 11.01.2011, 12:18
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21 votes Vote

Allow the selection colour to be changed from RED!

If your image is mainly red, it's difficult to see the selection. Even a simple red/blue toggle would be a nice improvement.
Cad Delworth, 11.01.2011, 13:28
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18 votes Vote

allow for multiple small selections for Inpainting, rather than interpreting multiple selections as boundries for one large selection.

Mike B., 11.01.2011, 12:34
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14 votes Vote

Add the ability to view thumbnails when opening/saving

Currently when I go to open a file or save it, I am unable to see the thumbnails of the other pictures in the folder
Robin, 11.01.2011, 12:10
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13 votes Vote

place object INTO a photo, which can be graduated from transparent to opaque in small increments.

The program would be very much in demand. This can be done with other programs, but such programs carry a prohibitive price tag!
dadfrank, 11.01.2011, 10:58
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12 votes Vote

Add adjustments as a new layer.

Mike B., 11.01.2011, 12:35
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11 votes Vote

Improve removal of camera flash on windows or other reflective surfaces.

Bright spots from flashes are still 'washed out' for some distance. Develop a way to gather surrounding data but darken it to regain the original conditions.
Dave, 11.01.2011, 13:30
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10 votes Vote

Use a standard 'open file' dialog box so we have our folder links on the left and can view files as thumbnails.

Linda Smith, 11.01.2011, 13:09
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9 votes Vote

select objects with magnetic lock outline like in photoshop and adjust then like splines

selecting objects by finding difference in colors and making the making selection with mouse like magnetic lasso in Photoshop.. and selecting with custom paths with splines
Aravind, 11.01.2011, 12:38
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9 votes Vote

Change influence strength of pixels from one direction or another.

To avoid streaking the inpainted area with objects and colours from an unwanted direction. Say turn down the effect from up, down, left or right.
John Crabtree, 11.01.2011, 12:39
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9 votes Vote

Add the ability to pan about the image easily, as spacebar/click-and-drag work in PS Elements

There does not seem to be any pan function, forcing the user to rely on the controls on the side of the image to move around when they are zoomed in. This is clumsy at best.
Scott, 11.01.2011, 14:13
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8 votes Vote

Open should select the CORRECT My Documents folder in XP

When I click Open, the InPaint dialog defaults to: c:\Documents and Settings\Cad and NOT to the CORRECT location in XP: c:\Documents and Settings\Cad\My Documents This is irritating but not a show-stopper.
Cad Delworth, 11.01.2011, 13:31
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7 votes Vote

If a specific photo of old storage wanted kept back unchanged, only a desired changed copy be required, both stored at different place holders, If possible see for it.

Some time old good and happy memories are not to be touched, but eventually for seeing changes with ref to present development, specific changes are required to see in actual photo, without changing the original, while getting the desired things...
Kishore, 11.01.2011, 13:49
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7 votes Vote

Add more photo formats. And some effects.

Add some more support for images. And, also, have effects where you can cut out stars, and draw rainbows and stuff (A mini Photoshop). Add layers like Photoshop.
Gavin S, 11.01.2011, 14:32
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6 votes Vote

ranslate it to Brazilian Portuguese, which is different from Portugal Portuguese. More than American to British English. I would do it...

I would offer my services to do it , if you need.
R. Bormann, 11.01.2011, 12:53
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6 votes Vote

see a different way to activate when you run activate after install it doesn't always work like on this inpaint right now.

Robert Brown, 11.01.2011, 14:22
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4 votes Vote

have this program actually work. I tried to remove a crease from an old photo that was scanned and the program did not do a very good job. Pretty much did nothing after many passes with this software. Also crashes with Windows 7.

I thought this software would be an easier way to blend without having to use PhotoShop but I was wrong.
Dave Wiloch, 11.01.2011, 12:21
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3 votes Vote

Show the brush instead of arrow when painting.

Taro, 12.01.2011, 05:58
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2 votes Vote

add support for RAW format

Dave, 11.01.2011, 17:17
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2 votes Vote

Have 5 or more preset brush sizes that you can just click to pick a brush size.

Bruce, 12.01.2011, 03:13
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2 votes Vote

If clicking and HOLDING on brush size icon, allow brush size to change by moving mouse up or down. Or, have cursor snap to slider if you hold down mouse button. Then you don't have to click on button, then click on slider to adjust brush size.

Bruce, 12.01.2011, 03:18
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1 vote Vote

Add the ability to fill in the selection area.

Paul, 11.01.2011, 15:28
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1 vote Vote

Have the source shape possible in polygon form instead of rectangle-only.

Sometimes the limitation of a rectangle for the source area makes it difficult to get the best replacement for the target area. Allowing a polygon to be designated (in the same way as the target area is) would be a big improvement.
Robert Blacklock, 11.01.2011, 17:30
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1 vote Vote

Please add ALSO the old way of marking the area to be 'cleaned'

NK, 11.01.2011, 18:27
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1 vote Vote

Create fullscreen preview before saving.

Alex, 11.01.2011, 20:46
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