TeoreX has released Version 6.2 of Inpaint, an easy-to-use program for effortless retouching of photos and images. Inpaint 6.2 improves texture generation for better results and offers new usability options. The new algorithm delivers surprisingly seamless retouching, even though it takes only a few seconds to apply. TeoreX Inpaint 6.2 sells for $19.99.
Teorex Press Release
Inpaint 6.2 Improves Texture Generation for Better Image Retouching
TeoreX announces the new release of its multi-platform retouching tool for easy removal of undesired elements from photos. Inpaint 6.2 instantly removes scratches, watermarks, timestamps and even complex objects like strangers, unwanted elements and background debris automatically. The new version improves texture generation for better results and offers new usability options.
Photo fails may be funny, but they are usually not what a photographer intended to shoot. A random stranger in the background of a photo, a foreign object nobody expected to appear, or just a wrong shooting angle that revealed more than required - all of these issues are common to a casual photographer. And are easily fixed by Inpaint.
The program analyzes the composition of the image using advanced algorithms and automatically removes fragments of the image marked by the user as unnecessary. And the new version 6.2 delivers even more quality removal thanks to improved texture generation. The idea is as follows: Inpaint takes "good" parts of the image as donor areas, generates textures based on them and restores background of the removed objects with these textures. The new algorithm delivers surprisingly seamless retouching, even though it takes merely few seconds to apply.
Another improvement in Inpaint 6.2 is a simple yet utterly handy option to clear the donor area completely. While the program automatically creates default donor areas as soon as a user selects objects to remove, the user may need to redefine them manually if the scene is too complex for auto-retouching. This is simpler now. A user presses Shift+Del and instantly clears the donor area.
A handy tool to fix many picture glitches from minor scratches and wrinkles to unwanted persons and buildings on the background, Inpaint implements unique image restoration technologies and remains absolutely easy to use.
Pricing and availability
Inpaint costs $19.99 for a license. The program supports Windows XP or higher and Mac OS X 10.7 or higher. In addition to the standard version, TeoreX also offers Batch Inpaint, a similar tool to process multiple images at once, and Multi-View Inpaint - a version tailored to fix glitches on photos using other photos of the same scene.
Product page: http://www.theinpaint.com/
TeoreX develops graphics and multimedia tools since 2011. The idea behind each tool is to provide maximum functionality to an end user with minimum efforts required to use it. Currently, the product line includes Inpaint, iResizer, PhotoScissors, PhotoStitcher and FolderIco.