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Easily Colorize Black and White Images and Change color on Color Images

CODIJY Pro is an amazing application that lets you colorize black and white images and replace specific colors in colored images, just by placing strokes of color.

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What are people saying about CODIJY Pro

Ruslan Teliuk Hi Peter,
Thanks for the question!
Currently we are working under the next minor update (which will be free available for our customers). It will include some improvements for a drawing tool and for gradient pen tool that will make it more powerful and easy to use.
Also we have a plan to make a video tutorial that will explain how to use "Color Magic" drawing tools for achieve good result.
The next step is to redesign codijy.com, add text tutorials, forum and gallery.

Thank you for your interest in our product!
The CODIJY team.
CODIJY - May 22 2014 at 2:49am Copy Link
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Chris PayPro never processes my orders. I have tried many times in the past. The only way they will process my orders is if I send them a wire transfer, which costs even more.
May 25 2014 at 12:21am Copy Link
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D Rogers I downloaded the trial and it installed on windows 7 64 bit fine. Looks professional but I have no idea of how to use it. There are no help files or tutorials. Hence I cannot even colorize a single black and white photo to see how it works. Without being able to use it, I cannot purchase software blindly. This seems not ready for release.
May 25 2014 at 1:45am Copy Link
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Richard George I downloaded the free trial a few hours ago and was able to extensively test the software, finally becoming as proficient as I could in a relatively short time.

The controls are rather intuitive, so any lack of help files or tutorials at this point was not a hindrance to me.

After learning "on the fly", I went back in again repeating the process with the same photo and was able to get much more professional results. It takes a little practice, but the results are surely worth it!

I then took the time to download a free trial of a similar competitive software, using the same photo to test both. Color Magic was the "winner" by a wide margin -- with a wider selection of color categories and, within categories, a very wide selection of colors.

Color Magic seemed to me to be the more professional solution.

I greatly appreciate the opportunity to have experimented with the full-featured trial version.

I'm placing my order now and recommend this valuable product!
May 25 2014 at 7:11am Copy Link
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MK There's a football forum I frequent where talented people take old B&W photos from the club's past and colourise them to stunning effect.
I've always wanted to have a go myself, and ColorMagic looks like it would be ideal to start with.
But as above, there's no tutorial and so after loading a photo, I haven't a clue what to do next.
May 25 2014 at 9:22am Copy Link
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Richard George Peter R: Thanks very much for your question. The program I found for comparison is called "Recolored", available via download for $29.

I downloaded the free trial, and both programs were very similar in operation.

As I mentioned, I felt that "Color Magic" was better and purchased it.

I clicked on the "Split View" icon so I could view the "marked up" B&W image and then successive color images along the way. I would delete the color results as I continued to improve the image until I got the result I desired.

When clicking on "Process Image", the conversion for me was very fast. I didn't have the long delay that you experienced. Unfortunately I don't have any idea what may be causing the problem for you.

I'd suggest downloading "Recolored", or at least check out its simple tutorial. You may then use the similar techniques within "Color Magic".

Good luck!
May 25 2014 at 11:26am Copy Link
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SKY Hello Mr. Teliuk,
I would like to buy your software but you are using PayPro as your billing agent. They are thieves and criminals. Please provide some other way of paying by credit card (except PayPal, too), so I can buy it. Share-it, MyCommerce, Avangate, Cleverbridge, etc., I have accounts with them all. Thank you. And please stop using PayPro, it is harming your image, too!
SKY
May 25 2014 at 2:02pm Copy Link
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Ruslan Teliuk To Serhan K. Yasar: Let me investigate this problem with PPG support team, why your payment is not processed.
CODIJY - May 25 2014 at 2:37pm Copy Link
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Ruslan Teliuk To all our new customers:
Thank you guys for buying our product, it is very inspiring!.
Yes we know that tutorial is very necessary for better understand how to use "Color Magic". We will try to do it as soon as possible!

CODIJY team.
CODIJY - May 25 2014 at 2:37pm Copy Link
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Chris Like I have said before, I know why they won't process my payment. They claim it is for security reasons and that if I send them a wire transfer they will process my order. I will never do a wire transfer for the main reason is they want more money to do so, so there is really no deal in the discounted software. Most other vendors that use PayPro also have a PayPal account and I can send them the money directly and they send me a serial key. If this isn't an option then it should be as PayPro is not worth my time anymore. I think it should be mentioned above what processor the vendor uses as it is/was a waste of my time in trying to purchase this program.

Thank you.....
May 25 2014 at 3:56pm Copy Link
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SKY @Ruslan Teliuk:
My order WAS processed. They charged me and took my money. THEN, they sent me an email asking me for my phone number, without sending me the keys. I refused, as I never give out my personal number online. (I never buy anything online internationally except software anyhow.) Because of that they wrote that my order was canceled and my money would be refunded. BUT, they never refunded me and did not pay the vendor either. (The creator of Sketcher software from Slovakia, you can ask him about this incident, where he gratuitously sent me the key anyhow, this is why I did not pursue the matter with my bank. But it cost me a lot of aggrevation and wasted time.) Thus, they stole from me and from the vendor, either way, they are thieves and I do not want to deal with them anymore. They lied to me, they can lie to you as well. I understand the plight of Chris, apparently, they do such things to many people, whatever they can get away with. PayPro Global is a mobster outfit, please stop doing business with them.
May 25 2014 at 4:40pm Copy Link
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Louis H Same situation with this vendor as with the other day's vendor. PayPro Global does not let you see the actual total before finalizing the order, but it was done correctly. (I live in The US.) I do not fault the vendors for this problem as I keep hearing bad reports form others around the world, like Chris, with PayPro as the problem for vendors and customers alike.

The program.

I REALLY like this one. It took me a while to keep looking at the screenshots and I figured out how to protect certain colors/areas of my photo, and how to set different areas for different colors. There are quite a few preset colors to choose from, on the right side, and these are organized by various ethnic and body type.

Like Richard George, I went back and was able to repeat the process and each time my results are improved. Once you get the hang of it, it really is able to get very good results in a short time.

I would highly recommend picking this one up for the discount. I trust the vendor to come through with tutorials soon, and I imagine that others will begin producing their own. It's a fun program that can produce high quality results.

May 25 2014 at 5:01pm Copy Link
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Richard George @ Serhan: All of your comments are displayed. They are not being hidden. I see all five of them. I think you are unfairly discrediting BitsDuJour with your claims of censorship.

Also, I don't think anyone is going to call you on the phone number you provide, so perhaps you may want to consider just filling in the phone number field with any null values -- such as 999-999-9999. Just a thought.

Regarding PayPro Global payment processing and CODIJY, I had no problems whatsoever with payment. My payment went through without any issues. I immediately received a purchase confirmation via email containing the serial number with which to activate the software.

Both companies were very professional.
May 25 2014 at 11:09pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Serhan

Please send me an email with the details of your purchase, any order numbers etc. I'll Contact PayPro global and we can sort this out.

roger@bitsdujour.com
BitsDuJour Admin - May 26 2014 at 8:57am Copy Link
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SKY To everyone listening: BitsduJour is not just censoring my comments about PayPro Global's frauds, they are actually deleting my comments afterwards, if some of them slips their censorship. I have screenshots as proofs. This is NOT a good way to deal with your customers, BdJ, just to protect some mobster outfit like PayPro Global. Pity. You are harming your loyal customers.
May 26 2014 at 12:52pm Copy Link
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Chris Have you got a different payment processor this time? A lot of us were unable to purchase due to PayProGlobal. You had even offered us an extra $5 off of the BDJ price at that time. I have contacted you many times about this and all I ever received back was you had plans to do a PayPal soon, but I never saw it happen.'

EDIT: Nope, still PayProGlobal. The funny thing is I just updated a program of mine and noticed I paid through them back then. I went to their site and downloaded the invoice. It makes no sense that they used to process my orders, and now will not. I guess it is your $$ loss. Maybe you should let BDJ process your orders in the future as I can even pay through them.

Also, I just tried again and this is the email:

Dear xxxx,

Thank you for your recent purchase of ColorMagic (for
Windows). Unfortunately we were not able to process your order for the following
reason:

We are sorry for the inconvenience, but unfortunately we cannot
accept credit card / PayPal payments for this order. Please place a new order
and select wire transfer as payment method. We will fulfill the order after the
funds have arrived.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Kind
regards,
PayPro Sales
Mar 20 2015 at 12:29am Copy Link
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Mike Hager Sorry 40% isn't enough to get me to buy this program. I used it on a friends computer and it did not work very well. 60% maybe 75% I would try it and see if it works like the description states.
Mar 21 2015 at 1:24am Copy Link
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Petr I agree. I watched the video. Software seems capable, but BitsduJour should offer a higher discount to get me to buy.

Let me know when you have a better deal and I will buy this.
Mar 21 2015 at 4:35am Copy Link
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govertz @Petr Just to clarify. It's not BitsDuJour's offer, they are just the storefront, made to get us some discount deals. They don't make the software, or decide the pricetag. It's not BDJ you should ask for a higher discount.

Have a nice day.
Mar 21 2015 at 6:43am Copy Link
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Harry Stadman It's worth the 24 dollars. More discount? Can you make a program like that for 24 dollars? The upgrade from 1.6 to 2.0 was also free!

The program works very well. I've used it from day 1 and saw it evolve into a wonderful piece of software wich is very capable. To get the most out of it, watch the video's on their website.

At this price it's a steal and they'll implement more and more useful features in the future.
Mar 22 2015 at 3:41am Copy Link
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Tomas Barth I think it´s time for BitsDuJour to be more specificabout different licensing options.

"Licensed per user" actually means that the license is valid on any computer owned and used by the same individual.
For me, I live in 3 different countries, and have 2 computers in each of them.

"Each license allows installation on 2 computers" is a per computer based license, and definitely not the same thing as "licensed per user".

I´m quite sure that I´m not the only person visiting this website who has more than one computer, so it would be proper to be more clear about this. Naturally we favor vendors who allow us to use the software according to our practical circumstances, and not to artificial rules made to increase the profits of the vendors at our expense.

If the intention is that one person can use it on 2 computers, why don´t you just simply write
"The license is per user, and is limited to installation on no more than 2 computers owned by the user".
Aug 13 2015 at 2:10am Copy Link
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Bxxxx Oxxxx I agree with Tomas Barth. BitDuJour could use 4 Lic Categories

Suggested Example:
0. Annual Fee
1. Internet Activation and limited numer of activations
2. Offline Serial + Name
3. No activation

I already have a program called AKVIS Coloriage. It makes the same job as ColorMagic. It is in my opinion a nightmare cripple-ware that
keeps telling that you have activated too many times when upgrading to a newer PC. Category=1

ColorMagic activated OK without internet and it seems easier to use than AKVIS. Category seems to be 2. In this case it can be reccommended indeed.

There are some very successful programs without activation.
www.coffeecup.com is one of them.

The nice thing is that if you as customer look carefully for the category and try to avoid category 1, you will at the end miss nothing of functionality
but you will save tons of wasted time.
Aug 13 2015 at 4:25am Copy Link
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denis morrow I found the vendor very helpful when I contacted them with a problem I had getting started. The software itself is easy enough to use, having tried it on different types of black and white photos, both professional sharp focus and the more difficult old scratched photos. I didn't remove the scratches beforehand to see how it would cope. I didn't use the color marker on the scratches to prevent bleeding onto other areas that had the same scratch. ColorMagic managed to do the job. It also worked wonders with hair allowing for different shades and tints without touching skin or background. Lips and eye coloring was also easy to accomplish.
I also tried it on old city photos and was able to give buildings some color along with trees and grass. Cars and buses were also easy to colorize but people in the photos I used were too small and vague to do anything with except give them a light tint which seemed to work ok.
I liked the idea of a 'protect' marker, allowing parts of the photo to be untouched, great for leaving parts B&W. I give it 5 out of 5
Like Thomas Barth I am residing in different countries and use several computers. Its also a problem for me when I am nowhere near internet never mind fast broadband so I always prefer to have OFFLINE registration and like to have a CD version available.
Aug 13 2015 at 9:48am Copy Link
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Ricky Rick @ Ruslan Teliuk

I downloaded the trial version. To me it is TOTALLY confusing as to what needs to be done.

May I highly suggest that you come out with some really good step-by-step video tutorials (with someone "speaking" - not a video tutorial with word bubbles explaining what to do - and ANNOYING Music which causes further distraction).

Looks like a great program but it's one of those programs that I just can't wrap my brain around without proper instructions by someone explaining "step-by-step" what to do.

Some software I've tried for the first time I caught-on immediately (difficult software for others but easy for me). Sometimes certain software programs are hard to comprehend for some people and simple as pie for others.

In the future I hope to see you come out with in-depth video tutorials - then I will definitely buy. And yes I did look on YouTube but nothing of any "real" help to me.

Thanks
Ricky
Jul 14 2016 at 12:08pm Copy Link
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Sandra Chung I downloaded the trial to see what it would do. Didn't care if the result was watermarked, but the result IS just a rectangle filled with the word RESULT over and over. I really don't like purchasing software 'blind'. If I can't see how it works, it's a deal breaker.
Jul 15 2016 at 1:08am Copy Link
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Chris The program works fine for me. It might just be because I got in on it from the beginning. You used to have to get a trial key just to try the trial, I am not sure how it is now since the new version and name change. It used to be called Color Magic.
What you do is take a b&w image and choose the type of the item you want to color and the color from within the type, then draw lines on the image where you want to color it, say choose hair>brown>draw in the hair area. You have to give each part a color or it will color it all the same color such as the example I gave, not only the hair will be brown, but the whole image, so then choose a skin type and a color in that type and draw on all the skin.

It does really work great IMO.
Jul 15 2016 at 2:28am Copy Link
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Sandra Chung I took a chance (because I used PayPal) and bought the sofware. I have to say to does work. However, even though I have it set to export the results as a high quality JPG it keeps exporting as a proprietary Codijy file. How do I save them as a different format??? If I can't, this software is useless.
Jul 15 2016 at 2:32am Copy Link
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CodeDog Purchased, and it looks like a nice program. Just having a little trouble getting into the work flow. Followed the "Step-by-Step" instructions on their web page, but still have some learning to do. Wish there were more examples and/or more documentation.

Once I figure it all out, it should be a handy addition to the toolbox...
Jul 15 2016 at 1:53pm Copy Link
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Chris Sandra Chung ~ File>Export Image

The quick guide was for Ricky Rick.
Jul 15 2016 at 11:11pm Copy Link
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