BatchInpaint 2.0

Batch Inpaint is a batch version of Inpaint – photo processing and retouching tool. While removing an unwanted object from a photo with Inpaint is easy, it may still consume a lot of time if you have a whole bunch of pictures to process. Batch removal of typical objects from images is what Batch Inpaint is designed for.

Watermarks, time stamps, glitches, scratches, facial wrinkles, power lines, persons accidentally caught by the camera in the very moment of a shot and other things can be effortlessly erased from photos in automatic mode.
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In a series of images, offer an option to use image information from all the images to remove unwanted objects, because different images from the same scene often will provide details which might be hidden only on some of the images and could be perf

In a series of images, offer an option to use for each single image information from all the images to remove unwanted objects, because different images from the same scene will oftenly provide details which might be hidden only on some of the...
maxi, 09.07.2013, 10:03
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allow saving in multiple formats

allow saving in more formats than just jpg
Chris Reisen, 09.07.2013, 11:36
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in a movie

What about allowing us to do the same in a video sequence? Instead of having to extract all the pictures one by one then reimporting them, it'd be helpful to do it in the video itself (defining when it starts and stops). Great softwares you do!
madmarsu, 09.07.2013, 13:05
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Change the installer to say Launch BatchInPaint instead of ButchInpaint (Windows 7)!

The check-box on the installer has it spelled wrong. It doesn't leave a good impression when it is spelled correctly twice elsewhere in the same window, but then wrong where all the white space is/
Gollums, 09.07.2013, 23:45
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