Photo Retoucher 3.2 esteve disponível como oferta em 19 de novembro de 2015
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Photo Stamp Remover não instala, desktop, windows 7 home premium.
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Ok - so seeing that this is version 3.2 I went to my previously installed version,as given away by GAOTD, to check the version number only to discover that it would not open unless I purchased it.
The previous free license key appears to have expired. I know not how or exactly when.
Is this versions license key time limited and likely to be deactivated at some time in the future?
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Well, this is expected with softorbits software, they offer temporary licences ,after some time, they turn to free versions automatically, simple fact.
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Note to today's developer: please . . . do yourself a favor and quit with the silly "before and after" pictures you put on your website. I know they're intended to show prospective purchasers how good this SoftOrbits software is, but in truth, all they're really doing is inducing broad grins at the sheer ineptitude of the presentation.
John's earlier post high-lighted an oddity in the seeming addition rather than removal, of a man in the image foreground; my own bewilderment arises from the purported deletion of the quartet of figures in the right background, not so much an example of Photo Retoucher 3.2's mastery of pixel manipulation as evidence of psychic powers so astonishing in any software that I think I'll make a bid to buy your entire company, never mind this individual product.
Sadly though, Photo Retoucher 3.2 is not psychic. It had absolutely no way of "knowing" that the window's sill, obscured by that quartet of figures, was the same color as the window's upper frame. Could've been red paint. Black. Or even, white.There's simply not enough data available to the software for it to run proximity substitution of the kind demonstrated here.
Like John, I too use Adobe Photoshop CS and, also like him, I guess, believe it would be absurd as well as unfair to even think of comparing an Adobe product costing over $600 with SoftOrbits' product costing at least $550 less. But: it is fair for me to run your gallery "examples" through my own Photoshop CS and to report that it can't do with that picture what your Photo Retoucher 3.2 is claimed to have done. . .
Come on then, SoftOrbits. Treat people with the respect to which they're entitled and abandon this counter-productive sales pitch finangling. You may well have a genuinely good program here; after all, the algorithms used for this kind of image post-processing are nowadays anything but new, and have long since been further refined by developers like Teorex (InPaint) and Movavi (Movavi Photo Editor). I've no reason to doubt that SoftOrbits has likewise invested time and money in development work, too. As far as I'm aware though, neither Teorex nor Movavi have ever been so rash as to risk reputational damage by misrepresenting what their software can actually do.
Thanks, then, GAOTD, but this isn't a product for me nor a producer I'd personally be inclined to patronise. That said though, there's absolutely no reason why other GOATDers should not seize today's giveaway opportunity, and, thanks to SoftOrbits' generosity, discover the pleasures of post-processing out-of-camera images rather than having to put up with unwanted visual elements that spoil the look and feel of the composition overall.
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Is it me, but looking at the gallery example 'removing tourist' shot it looks as if he wasn't in the original shot and has actually been added. The kerb behind him seems to have some damage. With it being straight and level either side of him why would the program generate that.
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Well... this will be an opportunity to keep on rebuilding my collection of programs victims of the outbreak of spontaneous deactivation of SoftOrbits giveaways (the same one that affected bettersafethansorry and at least 10 others), providing of course they did as they said, and delt successfully with the issue. Photo Retoucher is a good program. Its edge over InPaint and Retouch PIlot is that it supports transparency.
And it does even better now. If I remember well (I uninstalled the deactivated previous version) the program RETAINED transparency where it was originally but wouldn't CREATE transparency (i.e. transparent pixels picked in the source area became opaque when copied in the target area). In this one, copying a transparent area with the clone stamp, you can create transparency wherever you want.
- To modify your selection, click the “deselect” box on the right and re-apply the brush over parts to be excluded from the selection. Then click again the "selection marker" box if needed.
- Clicking the “Original image” button allows you to toggle between original and modified image.
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