Inpaint 4.2

Magically Remove Elements From Your Photos! Inpaint will magically fill the selected area with intelligently-generated textures pulled from the surrounding image data.

How it works:

Inpaint photo restoration software reconstructs the selected image area from the pixels near the area boundary. Remove undesirable objects from still images, such as logos, watermarks, power lines, people, text or any other undesired artefacts. There's no need to manually go through messing around with your old clone tool any more! Now you can use Inpaint to easily remove all those unexpected objects that end up spoiling an otherwise really great photograph.

Top Reasons to use Inpaint:

  • Repair old photos
  • Remove watermarks
  • Erasing Power Lines
  • Remove unwanted objects
  • Digital Facial retouching
  • Remove date stamps
  • Erase wrinkles and skin blemishes
  • Easy to get use & started
  • Completely non-technical

Download: Inpaint 4.2 | 3.1 MB (Trial - save option disabled)
Download: Inpaint for MAC | 7.6 MB
View: Inpaint Homepage
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Now you can use Inpaint to easily remove all those unexpected objects that end up spoiling an otherwise really great photograph.

Such as unloved children?

Cute James said,
Now you can use Inpaint to easily remove all those unexpected objects that end up spoiling an otherwise really great photograph.

Such as unloved children?

Yup. Those SOB's are always ruining my pictures!

Cute James said,
Now you can use Inpaint to easily remove all those unexpected objects that end up spoiling an otherwise really great photograph.

Such as unloved children?

I didn't notice that until I read your comment!! Better go get another cup of coffee and wake up!!

Save option disabled? You mean as in not able to save your finished work? So, you need another program to capture that image? WTF?!

Well it took me 20+ seconds to complete spot the difference between those photos. I would try it if a Linux version was available.