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Giveaway of the day — Photo Objects Eraser

Photo Objects Eraser is intended for image retouching or for removing unwanted objects from the photo.
$ 47.39 EXPIRED
User rating: 532 (56%) 417 (44%) 70 comments

Photo Objects Eraser was available as a giveaway on March 31, 2012!

Today Giveaway of the Day
$19.99
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Photo Object Eraser is intended for image retouching or for removing unwanted objects from the photo.

You may use this program to retouch the scratches, wires and advertising boards. You may also complete missing edges in the panoramic photo.

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7

Publisher:

Evgeniya Vazenmiller & Timofey Sherudilo

Homepage:

http://www.3dmix.com/eng/inpaint.php

File Size:

4.19 MB

Price:

$ 47.39

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This Software dont work you can `t find it where it at? I downloaded it and Installed it Cant find it! So I give it a thumbs down!

Reply   |   Comment by JpopGirl  –  3 years ago
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# 13 RKP

If you download the first sample pic and try fr yourself you will see that this did paint out the pool brush effectively.

Reply   |   Comment by Damian  –  3 years ago
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#67 [reghacker]: Off day? Or something going on with the site?

Reply   |   Comment by Ami Sapphire  –  3 years ago
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I've been computing since 1995 and have never had a virus on one of my flash drives (I have 5 of them)

The regular uninstaller does a terrible job.............

Use Revo Uninstall or you will be left with the following keys in the registry:
HKEY_LOCAL MACHINE/SOFTWARE/WINDOWS/CURRENT VERSION Appaths
HKEY_LOCAL MACHINE/SOFTWARE/WINDOWS/CURRENT VERSION Run
HKEY_LOCAL MACHINE/SOFTWARE/WINDOWS/CURRENT VERSION Uninstall

The regular uninstall does not even delete the files under C:/Program Files (x86)/ Townscape USB Antivirus

Nor does it delete the desktop shortcut or the C:\Users\Your user name\AppData\Roaming\TownScape Found Viri

Reply   |   Comment by reghacker  –  3 years ago
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#4 - Papin : Please note that the price on the website is 28 EUROS, not DOLLARS.

Reply   |   Comment by Yaro Obbaru  –  3 years ago
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Am I missing something here? Can someone tell me how this is different from the Liquid Rescale plugin for GIMP?

Reply   |   Comment by DeadlyDad  –  3 years ago
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The only way POEraser could possibly formerly be Inpaint is if it was Inpaint v1.0 because it is slower, has a lot fewer features, and doesn't do as good a job as Inpaint which is up to v4.3 now.

Downloaded it and tried it, then uninstalled it, I'll stick with Inpaint.

Reply   |   Comment by Gene Warner  –  3 years ago
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Did anyone actually test this program? I have compared it with Inpaint, and I decided to keep both programs, because Inpaint is faster and less complicated, but POEraser does something that can not be done with Inpaint: When you need to fill in some material from a diagonal source, there's a problem using Inpaint's square box. Although it can be moved and resized, the box can't be tilted, though. POEraser solved that problem, because you use the pencil tool to circle in excatly the part you want "inpainted" into the marked area.
I don't see why you shouldn't keep both programs and use the one which is best suited for each specific task.

Reply   |   Comment by Kellox  –  3 years ago
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@mahaal, #50 "it is no longer available?" It is available!
http://www.theinpaint.com/

Reply   |   Comment by ALF  –  3 years ago
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you can get Adobe PSE 9 or 10 which have 'content aware' healing that works very nicely, along with a huge array of additional features.

It's $100, but I see it on sale half price at least once a year.

$50 bucks for PSE is a no brainer and you never need to mess with half baked SW like this again. Plus you get to install it on two computers.

Reply   |   Comment by dbur  –  3 years ago
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#1 Wrong, you can dictate extraction location.

ie c:/program files/POEraser

but you are right on the the save image file only being a tif.

CRAP! Off it comes. Who uses tif file format these days? I do not care how much `singing and dancing` it does if all it can do is save as a tif.

Reply   |   Comment by Kevin  –  3 years ago
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I have Revo Uninstaller Pro, Your uninstaller Pro and Absolute uninstaller. Hunter didn't fine this program and none of the other have either. Is there any other way to uninstall it? The manual way is not an option for me as I have no idea where all the parts would be. I searched for POEraser.exe and Photo Objects Eraser nothing is found to uninstall. I also looked in my windows 7 64 uninstall nothing there. I can delete this program, but I want to UNINSTALL all of it, not just delete it

Reply   |   Comment by DSMC  –  3 years ago
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This is not a standard Windows install package, and it unpacks with some weird utility, and the "register me" option is grayed out, and trying to erase multiple times in the same region of a picture caused some weird mirroring to show up. NOT IMPRESSED...

Reply   |   Comment by Wayne in Indy  –  3 years ago
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FREE web based Inpaint (from Teorex) here:

http://www.webinpaint.com/

I haven't used it so I can't rate how well it works. I have Inpaint 3.0, which was free, either here or back when it was still offered free to the public.

Boy, the choice of terminology for today's offering was very confusing. GAOTD did apologize and try to set matters straight, though. I give them a lot of credit for what they do and trying to fix things when they aren't right. I usually buy non-free software but once in a while I get programs from here. One was Aiseesoft (?) Blu-Ray ripper. I liked the giveaway enough that I paid for the full version under a special for GAOTD users. It was a lifetime license (no fee for any upgrades) and thought the low price (around $15, I believe) was well worth it. GOATD does promote the paid versions by giving us full free versions to try out without a time limit. That leads to some sales, at least, of the fully licensed versions with support and upgrades.

Miki

Reply   |   Comment by Miki Erikson  –  3 years ago
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#50 mahaal: Inpaint (from Teorex) is still available. The current version is not free. It is $19.95, which is not bad for what it offers.

http://www.theinpaint.com/order.html

They also have a program named BatchInpaint, for batch jobs on pictures. It is not as full featured as Inpaint, but will work on multiple images in one batch operation.

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

It's the same price as Inpaint. These prices are for home use only. Business use is $39.95 for each.

Minor updates and bug fixes are free. Major version release upgrades cost about 1/2 of the public price.

Miki

Reply   |   Comment by Miki Erikson  –  3 years ago
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Francis #41 - The link he provided worked fine for me. I followed the instructions, got the reg key, downloaded and installed InPaint 3.1, and registered without a problem. Tried a test image; worked just as I recall it working from the last installation.

FWIW, if anyone has a need for a professional-level tool, check out the "Magic Erase" and "Clone Tool" videos for Xara Photo and Graphic Designer at . Very cool, and at about $70 - $80 for the tool (which has MANY other powerful features) much less expensive than Photoshop. Worth a look...

Reply   |   Comment by scott  –  3 years ago
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I use the Resynthesizer plugin on Gimp and it works about as well as InPaint. Here's a video which is supposed to explain how to install it on windows, so you don't have to run a separate program; sort of like Photoshop. I haven't tried it because I run Linux, so good luck.
http://pixovert.sonovert.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=17&Itemid=5

Reply   |   Comment by jim  –  3 years ago
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Cooler@#1: Saving in TIFF format means you get a lossless file, which is a good thing. Any competent photo editing program can convert the TIFF file to .jpg or whatever you want.

Reply   |   Comment by S.W Anderson  –  3 years ago
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How do you register it????????????

Reply   |   Comment by DC McKenzie  –  3 years ago
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It could use a progress bar. Sometimes I do not know if it works or has crashed. But overall the program is doing great. Thank you.

Reply   |   Comment by xXx  –  3 years ago
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I will stick with Inpaint. Too bad it is no longer available? And the Euro price of 28 on the website is US $37.35 as of today. The price shown is way over due to an old conversion or a typo (they have a lot of them it seems).

Reply   |   Comment by mahaal  –  3 years ago
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If you want free alternatives to today's offering, and didn't get the real InPaint while it was free here or in earlier versions when it was free, you can try these two. The first is supposed to be equivalent to Photoshop. The second is pretty close to Photoshop's capabilities. (Photoshop is probably easier to work with if you have the money to spend.)

http://www.gimp.org/features/

windows installer for above is available here:

http://gimp-win.sourceforge.net/stable.html

the other free program:

http://www.getpaint.net/


Here's a non-free ($15) but inexpensive photo optimizer:

http://www.ashampoo.com/en/usd/pin/0557/Multimedia_Software/Ashampoo-Photo-Optimizer-4

and if you get on their email list, it goes on sale sometimes as does their other software. They just had a name your own price sale, which they do every couple of months or so.

A better one, sometimes on sale for 1/2 price, is this one:

http://www.ashampoo.com/en/usd/pin/1218/Multimedia_Software/Ashampoo-Photo-Commander-9

(If you have Photo Commander you won't need Photo Optimizer, but the optimizer is quick to use for small changes. It is not as powerful as Photo Commander.)

Miki

Reply   |   Comment by Miki Erikson  –  3 years ago
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# 21 britgreek: to uninstall this program (which apparently doesn't come with an uninstaller), you can use Revo Uninstaller:

http://www.revouninstaller.com/revo_uninstaller_free_download.html

There is a free and a pro version. I believe both of them have a "hunter" mode where you click on the executable file ("theprogram.exe" where "Theprogram.exe" is the name of the file that starts your program) and it searches for related files and registry items.

http://www.revouninstaller.com/revo_uninstaller_free_download.html

If the free version doesn't have hunter mode (I have Pro, but I think free has it), you can download a trial version of Pro and use that to get rid of this program.

Here's a way to save some money on the Pro version (assuming it still works this way). Download the free version. Click help, then on upgrade, and you will be taken to a different web page than you see above and it bring the price down, using a discount, to about $25 (I think).

That said, most people use the free version because, well, it's free. It does a pretty good job of cleaning up, "good enough" for most people. The Pro version does a more thorough scan for leftover pieces of the program and may find additional things to delete, but the free version will most likely get enough of the junk from the program that you won't have issues from any small bits left over.

Miki

Reply   |   Comment by Miki Erikson  –  3 years ago
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Dear users,

we are deeply sorry for the misleading note in the title today. Let us reassure you that this tool has nothing to do with Teorex. They are independent developers.

Sorry for the inconvenience and have a nice weekend!

--
Regards,
GOTD team

Reply   |   Comment by Giveaway of the Day project team  –  3 years ago
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I was able to install the Photo Object Eraser on my Windows XP with no problems. I tried it on several pictures and was really amazed and happy with the removal of images I didn't want on the photograph. Thank you Give Away of the Day for offering this software to us for free today.

Reply   |   Comment by Maggie  –  3 years ago
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Wait a minute, very nearly $50, for what? ; when there are cheaper and faster alternatives.

Reply   |   Comment by Sparkles  –  3 years ago
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To people who say that Inpaint is better. This is Inpaint!
They just change their name.
(Photo Objects Eraser (formerly Inpaint Tool)
Just look at this URL:
http://www.3dmix.com/eng/inpaint.php
Also check the Title of the software on these photos:
http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/1.jpg
http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/2.jpg
http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/3.jpg

Reply   |   Comment by Meakomiseis  –  3 years ago
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Sorry, forgot the link to the German InPaint site (www.inpaint.de). I'll check the trial, since all features are active. You just can't save!

Reply   |   Comment by Francis  –  3 years ago
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Superfast review:

Photoupz > Inpaint > PhotoObjectEraser.

Dunno about Retouch Pilot - never tried it.

But yeah, if you have the $$$ to get the latest Adobe Photo$hop C$5, it will do this "cloning" trick, besides a lot more.

Any Mac fans here? Take a look at MacPhun's "Snapheal".

Reply   |   Comment by veekay  –  3 years ago
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@ Sherwood # 20. Apparently Ashraf's link does not work any more (too old or is it just my beloved Vista?). His link indeed did open the German Loadstreet site, but there the particular registration form was replaced with a link error message...

On this site you find a (German) version of InPaint... 4. It sells for € (Euro) 19.95 and offers a free trial. There are also examples (Beispiele) and video-tutorials in English and... Spanish (most of this stuff was to be found previously on the InPaint site). Looks like the interface (well known from the previous versions) is quite different from today's offering even if this one's Help sends you to the already mentioned (ALF @ 17) http://www.3dmix.com/inpaint-help/help_eng.htm which obviously stems from the InPaint as we knew before!

Reply   |   Comment by Francis  –  3 years ago
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Running Windows Vista Home Premium

Downloaded and installed fine
The program itself has a very low Learning cuve and does what it says it will do. I tried it on a camping picture of my own and removed a couple objects very well.

The Rendering of the new image is a bit slow but still does a fairly decent job of removing objects, yes the rendering is a little blocky or blurred but to the average user who may want a picture of a person removed from a photo or some other object the program works fine.

I find that most people who can not afford Photoshop or have the time to learn a complicated program, this particular software offer will suffice to do what the average user needs.

The program is straight forward and I Removed an object in under 2 minutes with this software. I also installed it on a portable Drive and I'm sure it could be installed on a usb stick but I did not try that.

Here are a couple screen shots of what I did with the program you may judge for your self the results

Original Photo:
Original Photo

After Using Photo Object Eraser:
Object Removed From Photo

All in all I think the Program is Great and works well However I personally think the price is a little steep and to stay competitive in the market a price reduction around $15 to $20 Dollars would be what is needed.

Thank you GOTD and Evgeniya Vazenmiller & Timofey Sherudilo
For Todays Download.

Reply   |   Comment by Ron Romano  –  3 years ago
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After wading through all the comments here & visiting the offeror's site:

1. When I saw the "Inpaint Tool" at the top of their site, I did not read this to be "Inpaint" but rather "inpaint tool" - & I figured that English was not their native language & that they thought "inpaint" was a verb like "clone". Then I went back & read what I received in the email this morning, "Photo Objects Eraser (formerly Inpaint Tool)..." & was still confused as to whether or not they were claiming this was formerly Inpaint or a similarly-named product called "Inpaint Tool".

2. I wonder about such "products" that are obviously coming from an individual or two who are offering their tinkerings here as a product, & not from a legitimate, established & well-known company per se. And that led me to ponder: if someone really wanted to reek havoc, they could offer a product here free, have it installed on numerous systems worldwide, & then access those systems via backdoors that aren't picked up by virus checkers & the like... and/or gain important personal & financial information. That, in turn, brought me back to a rule-of-thumb: you shouldn't download & install software from the net unless it is from a well-known source. Auslogics, for one example, is a well-known source, as are other offerors here; this offer, though, is coming from a source that seems to be relatively unknown. Now, circle back & add to that the fact that the offerors threw in, whether intentionally or not, the misleading "Photo Objects Eraser (formerly Inpaint Tool)..." blurb and I have to wonder about the legitimacy of this offering.

This one just doesn't pass the "smell test".

Reply   |   Comment by DrKenB  –  3 years ago
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Amazing tool to erase some unwanted objects !

Before: http://www.myimg.de/?img=beforec5f21.jpg

After: http://www.myimg.de/?img=after989bc.jpg


Have a nice weekend ! ! !

*hicks*

Reply   |   Comment by The Joker  –  3 years ago
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@ #4 the reason is 2 different prices is because on here it is in dollars and on the website it is in euros it is pretty clear to see the difference in the symbols

Reply   |   Comment by sam  –  3 years ago
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Thanks #17 (Teorex) and #32 (Johnson) for clearing up the confusion created by some posts here. I was thinking that Inpaint was being replaced by this giveaway. Thankfully, this is not the case and I appreciate you're clarification.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack Northwest  –  3 years ago
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THUMBS DOWN ALL THE WAY
I use inpaint 4 this is not anyway like it also use photoshop 7 and cs5 both paid for do the job uninstalled this one btw there are free ones and better ones out there search.

Reply   |   Comment by brent  –  3 years ago
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Not brilliant.
It does one thing, but not particularly well. It might be worth a fiver, if there weren't plenty of freeware programmes that do a much better job. And there is plenty of paid software that cost only a bit more but will do much more, much better.
Even the latest version of Photoshop Elements is only about $80, so this is more than half the cost of that whole package!

Reply   |   Comment by terryb  –  3 years ago
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Look for an older copy of Photoshop and get every tool you need, instead of one at a time. Any PS program all the way back to even 4.0 did this with a clone tool and quickly. Now with the CS series, your options and choices for doing retouch are almost limitless. Use the money you saved by not buying this towards the purchase of an older PS at your local PC yard sale. Even my photo organizer has a retouch function; a one-function program is an anomaly today.

Reply   |   Comment by promytius  –  3 years ago
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Not sure where the "formerly Inpaint" is coming from, but unless Maxim Capchenko sold Teorex to this company, this is not Inpaint. Inpaint is still available on Teorex's web site www.theinpaint.com.

Reply   |   Comment by Mike Johnson  –  3 years ago
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I just tried it with their picture of the pool brush on the deck. My results were totaly different than their results; it looked terrible and not at all like the sample.

Reply   |   Comment by lucky  –  3 years ago
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Auslogics EULA (item #6) is scary - read it...

Reply   |   Comment by ejs  –  3 years ago
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#17 - Sorry didn't read the instructions, my mistake...

"To start the program run POEraser.exe from the installation folder (path by default - C:\POEraser)"

Works OK!

Reply   |   Comment by Rob  –  3 years ago
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Whoa whoa whoa. . .

I appreciate, some posters rush to comment here so as to help others as soon as possible. But rushing here at too great a haste is only going to trip them up and everyone else, too -- as is the case now, where several posters are reporting that today's GAOTD is the 'new name' for InPaint, various versions of which have in the past proved to be popular GAOTD offers. In fact:

There is no connection between today's Photo Object Remover by 3dmix software and InPaint by Teorex software. Photo Object Remover is NOT the 'new name' for Inpaint.

Confusion has arisen because some posters have looked at the website of today's developer and mistakenly assumed that because the previous name of today's product was InPaint Tool, then it must be InPaint. It isn't. It never was -- though how the 3dmix software ever wound up with a name well-nigh identical to a competitor's software, I've no idea.

When a software developer -- any software developer -- starts exhibiting signs of being unable to manage even their own product, it's time to run for the hills. As here: though free today, the product will cost 28 Euros for a reinstallation, which is around $37.50 USD. Yet the developer thinks 28 Euros is $47.39. Here in the UK, were I to DL this offer and then need to reinstall for some reason at a later date, the 28 Euro price tag equals around £23.50p. But not according to the developer: the bill to me would be £30.56p GBP.

Not only that: despite the fact that 3dmix's website says it is no longer using the word 'Inpaint', the purchase link still comes up with Inpaint Tool -- and the developer's own product page still has the product labelled as Inpaint Tool.

Life's really too short for this kind of silliness -- and especially when what's being offered today seems to use an algorithm similar to InPaint's yet which, according to the developer's website, will not work unless the latest 'Microsoft libraries' (Visual) are downloaded and installed.

So not only is there confusion over the name and confusion over the price, there's now confusion over whether the darn thing will actually run. Nor is the website of any help: the YouTube linked videos seem, incomprehensibly, to be all about transforming pictures taken on a Canon DSLR into 3D output. Huh???

But what really raises a big question mark over this name-changed 28 Euro / $47 / £30 commercial product -- apart from the fact that there's no confusion at all where Inpaint is concerned: it's $19.99 if you need to reinstall -- is the nature of the promises made here.

Truth is, this kind of clone software is entirely image dependent: it cannot and will not unfailingly perform. And given the nature of the diagonals in the example before / after pictures on this page, I have serious doubts that this transformation was managed with anything like the ease or effectiveness that the software seems to promise: that particular cloning project is actually quite ambitious; there's no reason why it couldn't have been recorded in a real-time tutorial video.

Factor in the shambolic pricing and shambolic website naming, Photo Object Remover seems anything but a carefully nurtured and managed app; it's self-evidently not one of the developer's core products, unlike Teorex's InPaint.

I have both GAOTD versions of InPaint here (the earlier version is better than the latest) and InPaint works reasonably well within the contraints of image content and lighting.

At a straight $19.99, it makes the $47 whatever-it-is-that-today's-software-is-actually-called look hopelessly over-priced -- a major consideration bearing in mind that any commercial product on free download from GAOTD today is going to cost its user the regular retail price come re-installation time.

On which note then, thanks GAOTD but no thanks -- and as for 3dmix software, you really might be better off, concentrating on your 3d core products: there seems nothing in Photo Object Remover that cannot be achieved by InPaint at around half the price of just 15 Euros / $19.99.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  3 years ago
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Never installed...checked and it is nowhere to be found?

Reply   |   Comment by Rob  –  3 years ago
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Photoupz that was given away in January is much better.

Reply   |   Comment by Springy  –  3 years ago
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Free alternative as good as this one to remove objects and stains from pics:

http://www.photo-toolbox.com/free/clone-stamp-tool.html

Reply   |   Comment by Giusy  –  3 years ago
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I have my doubts about this being "Inpaint Renamed". Inpaint was made by Teorex, which still exists.

Reply   |   Comment by Corno  –  3 years ago
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I still use the first version of Inpaint that was offered here years ago. Every new version, in my opinion, has gotten worse. Each time it's offered, I see many people (including myself) asking the developers to switch from the "marker" method of designating the area to be changed to the original "outline tool". The only changes made are more along the lines of GUI enhancement rather than functionality.

The last time it was offered here they apparently did listen to another popular suggestion and cut the price in half. But here it is again with a new name and a price tag more than twice what it was last time, and it does NOTHING different than previous versions. I've tried every version offered here including today's and the best was the first, which I bought. It was worth it. This one is not. That sample photo is blatant fraud. And it's slower and the results just don't seem as good. There is no way I'd recommend this.

And for those who will point out that it's free today. That's hardly the point. I'm always appreciative of the chance to try software, but I refuse to be grateful when someone tries to rip me off. I still sing the praises of the first version, but today's offering is just a continuation of a long downhill slide.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim Paolino  –  3 years ago
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last time offered Inpaint was free just for s few months, then yow were unable to Save the output - being asked to purchase!

Reply   |   Comment by zvi  –  3 years ago
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How can I uninstall it? It doesn't appear in the add-remove programs list (Windows 7).

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Tap n Fun FREE Giveaway
Tap Tap Tap!!! and burst a lots of water bubbles!If you like the 'bubble snap, bubble...
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Time and Money Giveaway
Have you ever wanted to know just how much a meeting you are attending costs? This...
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Moto Hero Giveaway
An endless bike driving game. It`s different every time, and easy to play. Tilt your...
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Suru for Android Giveaway
Suru is a vivid, high-resolution icon pack for Android to install and use with your...
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Ultimate Skylanders Reference Giveaway
The ultimate guide to Skylanders Characters. Character Attributes, Stats, and Character...
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Jewelion Giveaway
Go on a Match 3 Magical Adventure. Become an apprentice to a powerful Archon named...
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QuikCoach V2 - Sports Analysis Giveaway
QuikCoach is a sports video analyses and planning application for Android tablets...
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Shu's Garden Giveaway
A Game by Colin Sanders & Jason RT BondGrow your own garden playground with Shu,...
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