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Giveaway of the day — BatchInpaint 2.2

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AbstractCurves es un generador de imágenes para crear impresionantes fondos de pantalla o carteles.

Batch Inpaint es una versión de proceso por lotes de Inpaint - herramienta de procesamiento y retoque de fotos. Si bien la eliminación de un objeto no deseado de una foto con Inpaint es fácil, puede consumir mucho tiempo si tiene un montón de imágenes para procesar. La eliminación de lotes de objetos típicos de imágenes es lo que Batch Inpaint está diseñado para.

Marcas de agua, marcas de tiempo, fallos, arañazos, arrugas faciales, líneas eléctricas, personas accidentalmente capturadas por la cámara en el mismo momento de un disparo y otras cosas pueden borrarse sin esfuerzo de las fotos en modo automático.

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Requerimientos del Sistema:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10

Publicado por:

TeoreX

Página Oficial:

http://www.theinpaint.com/batch-inpaint.html

Tamaño del Archivo:

11.8 MB

Precio:

$19.99

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#4

It seems reasonable that Batchinpaint, if it can make corrections in batches, can also make corrections if the batch size is one. Still, based on the other question asked, we need to hear it from the publsher or some other knowlelgeable person.

jojo  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (-1)

jojo: It's a pixel proximity shifter, so what it achieves in one image it can likewise do for many so long as the location of the target doesn't change from one picture to another.

Unfortunately, the promotional blurb may give some the impression that this software is capable of identifying -- for instance -- an unwanted telegraph pole to be removed from the top right of batch image 3, an unwanted fat lady singing at bottom left of batch image 5, an unwanted car traveling a road at mid-centre of image 8.

Of course it can't. As the developer explains on its website:

https://www.theinpaint.com/batch-inpaint.html

Useful, then, for getting rid of an unwanted element in one picture or many, providing that the element and its image position are the exact same throughout.

MikeR  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+21)
#3

What if I had just one picture to edit? Can I use this software as well?

Mario  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+4)

Mario, Yes you can.
Just load the one and selected the part, that had to be removed.

Ootje  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+11)

Mario,

According to the info on the informative web page for BatchInpaint (link is the "Homepage", in the blue above):

"First of all, load the images you want to process into Batch Inpaint. The easiest way to do this is to specify a folder with photos in the program, however you can also load individual image or images too."

That product page also contains lots of links to many other tutorials regarding Inpaint and Multi View Inpaint which should be applicable to Batch Inpaint.

Perhaps in lieu of simply trying out the software and reporting on your independent experience here (one of the real purposes of Giveaway of the Day), you could find your answer there.

Hope this helps.

HMarx  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+9)
#2

Installed & activated as per Read Me instructions.
No problems, but where do I check to confirm that it's registered?
That info doesn't seem to appear in the usual "About" drop-down.
Thanks GOTD & Inpaint for an interesting piece of software.

Glenn Norman  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+2)

Glenn Norman, there is a difference in the menu Help:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10366431/_GOTD/BatchInpaint22_20170307/About.png

Ootje  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+8)
#1

There are a few ways to remove things from an image or photo... In an image editing app you might paint over them, similar to retouching negatives or prints in the days of film. You might copy an area from that same or a different image and paste it over whatever you want to remove. You can use cloning tools -- often people use a brush that paints a portion of the same or a different image rather than a color. Or you can use software that does Inpainting or retargeting or a few other names it can go by.

Inpaint & BatchInpaint belong to that last category, relying on mathematical analysis of an image rather than just copying pixels from point A to point B. This sort of technique has been around since ~2007, is included in many image editing apps, & can work a bit differently from one app to the next.

The big advantage of BatchInpaint, Inpaint, & similar is that it does a much better job with more detailed backgrounds, stuff like grass & foliage where it can be near impossible to hide the effects of using copy & paste or cloning tools. It can also be much faster than doing detailed brush work. When the software analyses the image however, it can sometimes get confused, e.g. by too many very different objects &/or too many hard edges in an image. Because it is fast, it can be more efficient to try an inpainting app or plug-in 1st, and if it doesn't work as desired, move on to other, more time consuming methods. The degree of success depends a lot on the individual image -- sometimes it will work [sometimes much] better using inpainting on a isolated portion of the image, e.g. copying a selected portion of an image to a separate layer or image.

BatchInpaint uses a static mask, so whatever it is you want to remove from a batch of images needs to be in the same general area or same exact spot, depending on how large a mask you create. TeoreX shows the example of time/date stamps, though I would guess that logos would be where BatchInpaint likely outperforms traditional logo removing software, but try it yourself & see.

mike  –  4 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+8)

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