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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Open Image should default to My Pictures folder (after installation it defaults to System32). After opening a file, remember my last folder choice.

Open Image should default to My Pictures folder (after installation it defaults to System32). After opening a file, remember my last folder choice.
Robert , 11.01.2011, 23:03
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If you click and hold zoom, zoom will continue in or out without repeatedly clicking.

Bruce, 12.01.2011, 03:11
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Add key modifier so that you can ROTATE area that will be used to fill in the selection, instead of just changing size. This would be very handy for angled selection areas.

Bruce, 12.01.2011, 03:20
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Add a cut and paste function. I get better results when I paste some blocks of the desired color into the area of the object to be removed. Think about removing something in the background behind someone’s head. I don’t want their hair color blend

Paul NightHawk, 11.01.2011, 15:26
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I'd like to see a layout that's more akin to MS Paint. Maybe I missed something, but this is not a tool for touching up pics.

john mordecai, 11.01.2011, 15:24
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see a selection wand added so that you can easily select items of similar colors like telephone lines. PS this application has really improved in this version. I like the finished job it does.

John Greaves, 11.01.2011, 15:41
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Include tools that would allow manual cloning as well as the auto in paint. ie - a stamp tool and a cloning paint brush

Ed, 11.01.2011, 16:15
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Have the bounding area remember the size instead of defaulting to the same thing each time. I'm repeatedly doing a small section of a phone line. It would also be nice to be able to hold a control key to make the selection a straight line. Thanks for

Gareth Ridout, 11.01.2011, 17:22
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Add ability to COPY and PASTE images to and from the clipboard

I primaly use other image editing software but appreciate how quickly and easily this program works. I would like to copy the source image from my other software and be able to paste it into InPaint, touch it up, and then paste the result back...
Steve, 11.01.2011, 17:52
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Make InPaint also a Photoshop-compatible plugin.

Would be great for quick touchups..
Steve, 11.01.2011, 17:53
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be able to pick the background to be replaced by the erasing motion of Impaint. Sometimes you just end up with a blank area.

Bob, 11.01.2011, 23:41
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Allow 'Open With...' for Windows shell

While this program is easy to use, it is somewhat inaccessible. Currently, when browsing images, if you find one you'd like to tweak with InPaint, you need to load InPaint and browse to the file -- which can take awhile when you have 1000s of...
Eric, 12.01.2011, 02:45
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'InPaint' would be great if created as a plugin.

Currently, when processing an image and you would like to apply 'InPaint', you need to save the file, open InPaint, browse to the saved file, open in InPaint, edit, save, etc... I like the idea that InPaint focuses on doing only one thing as...
Eric, 12.01.2011, 02:59
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