InPaint 3.1

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.

It is alarmingly simple to use. Draw a selection around the object you wish to remove from the picture, and run smart remove selection. Inpaint will fill the selection area with intelligently generated texture drawn from the surrounding image data.
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204 votes Vote

just say thx for the giveaway gift!

Peter, 07.01.2012, 12:04
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63 votes Vote

see better tools for selecting, such as a 'lasso', 'outline fill' and some constraining tools for straight, circular object selection.

ebax, 07.01.2012, 11:53
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53 votes Vote

I would like to... suggest an idea If I had a wish list, it would be: that the zoom in with the mouse scroll would center to where the mouse pointer was. It was kind of annoying having to grab the scroll bars in order to refocus where I was trying t

DCaplinger, 07.01.2012, 09:46
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43 votes Vote

have the option to mark a straight line with the marker rather than trying my best to draw a straight line.

SC, 07.01.2012, 09:32
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36 votes Vote

Include a 'lasso' style selection option to quickly select larger objects

Mr. Rate, 07.01.2012, 08:30
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29 votes Vote

great experience, pity the save option does not work even when the software is registered as per instruction from the 'giveaway of the day' site

Bob, 07.01.2012, 11:25
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25 votes Vote

Hello... Thanks for this great, easy to use, and very useful program ! How about an option to have the right mouse button act the same as clicking the inpaint button from the toolbar... Thanks

hector, 07.01.2012, 08:35
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17 votes Vote

Needs a mouse middle key to move the picture after Zooming in. Easier than side bars.

ken, 07.01.2012, 09:40
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15 votes Vote

great software n very useful when snaps are taken at crowded places like beach a must for everyone

Ankit, 07.01.2012, 09:00
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10 votes Vote

the "Guide lines" bit of the tutorial needs to be updated

The Tutorial shows the insertion of Guide Lines but the actual tool doesn't appear or require these to be placed onto the image. Either I'm missing that bit of the program or the Tutorial needs updating, I think! It would also be good if the...
JJ, 07.01.2012, 09:08
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10 votes Vote

Allow program to update over prior versions instead of having it on computer several times.

copMom, 07.01.2012, 15:38
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10 votes Vote

Allow copy and paste from the clipboard

Doug, 07.01.2012, 16:37
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8 votes Vote

be able to make the selector pixel size for the ability to remove that annoying person that popped into my special moment without accidently having to remove my wifes ear when I erase them.

Will, 07.01.2012, 15:14
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8 votes Vote

Make a plugin for Gimp

jim, 07.01.2012, 17:49
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6 votes Vote

High an area to be cloned / copied into to the area that was just erased. i.e. You removed a tree & want to fill the area with a fence that ran behind the tree.

Mike M, 07.01.2012, 13:54
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6 votes Vote

have the option of using a polygon selection tool instead of the 'blob' approach, so more exact selection areas can be defined. I would also like the same option for selecting the copy area, rather than just the current rectangle; this would allow a

Robert, 07.01.2012, 16:58
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3 votes Vote

Thanks so much! Had prior inpaint from GAOTD, but lost it when HD crashed. It was a true loss! Really like the simplicity of operation.

rob, 07.01.2012, 14:27
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2 votes Vote

See a Lightroom Plugin for Mac

nick, 07.01.2012, 19:23
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1 vote Vote

Allow the user to choose the language of the program ...or at least revert to the language of the installed OS

SC, 07.01.2012, 22:02
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1 vote Vote

Save my changes.

jd, 08.01.2012, 02:23
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0 votes Vote

Get RID of that annoying quality control menu after every single save that wastes time, or give option to set it only once for all work

Ruth, 07.01.2012, 20:14
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0 votes Vote

Have a Lightroom plug-in for Win7 64 bit

For the person asking about mouse centering, a couple of programs that used to do that - don't anymore.
PhotoPro, 07.01.2012, 23:47
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