Inpaint 5.0

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

What's new in Inpaint 5.0:

  • New Inpaint algorithm
  • New Lasso selection tool
  • New Polygonal Lasso selection tool
  • New Deselection mode which allow to subtract from selection area
  • Improved User Interface
  • New Preferences
  • Fixed bugs

Download: Inpaint 5.0 | 3.7 MB (Trial - save option disabled)
Download: Inpaint for MAC | 10.9 MB
View: Inpaint Homepage
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WHOA!!! I'm very impressed! I just removed diagonal lines from a background containing perpendicular diagonal lines, and it looks great. It took a little longer than I would think because I had to free-hand it--the line tool must not work in the trial....

Anyway, great product. I'm not in any urgency to purchase,so hopefully I can find a coupon code or maybe they'll run a Software-of-the-day special again.

GIMP makes me feel like an idiot. I don't know why, but it takes me so much longer to do things in GIMP than Photoshop.

frett said,
GIMP makes me feel like an idiot. I don't know why, but it takes me so much longer to do things in GIMP than Photoshop.

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Pretty much sums it up.
I use it at work occasionally, and it definitely makes simple tasks more complex than they need to be.

This looks pretty cool, but if you really want something like this, grab yourself a (kinda) free copy of CS2 or GIMP.

CS2 does not have content aware filling, neither does GIMP to my knowledge. This is a feature that came with CS6. Correct me if I am wrong...

If I remember right, CS3 was the first to have content aware, however, you can still use the clone stamp and patch tool to get the job done.

The same thing goes for GIMP--use the clone stamp and patch tool. There is a content aware plugin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjCbwENf5sg , however I haven't gotten it to work properly. Note about the video: It's not that slow in real life. The guy must have a very under powered computer.

This program is very neat, if you don't mind shelling out a few bucks for it, though.

Everyone, CS2 is not being given out for free. It's only offer free for download for those who already have a license. If you didn't buy it, you're out of luck.

Besides, CS2 doesn't have this kind of filtering, it was introduce in CS3.

Hi link6155,

Sorry but you are wrong. About two months ago (maybe three) Adobe was giving CS2 away along with all there CS2 products as stand alone. If you download loaded it you had to sign up to Adobe Magazine to get the Keys. The reason being is Adobe no longer supports CS2.

Pam14160 said,
Hi link6155,

Incorrect. About two months ago (maybe three) Adobe was giving CS2 away along with all there CS2 products as stand alone. If you download loaded it you had to sign up to Adobe Magazine to get the Keys. The reason being is Adobe no longer supports CS2.

Nope you are wrong. Shortly after Adobe came out and said this was ONLY if you had purchased CS2. Adobe Photoshop was not being given a way for free. That being said, yes you could download and use but like Tyler R said, it's just morally wrong.