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What are people saying about Inpaint

gpc 111 This is a great product and a great price. I can't wait until the sale date.
May 31 2009 at 6:43am Copy Link
Michael User Iconico advertises this as a daily deal, and it is Monday, June 1st (according to my computer) so when is it lilely to be available, please?
May 31 2009 at 4:50pm Copy Link
xCurt For two years this is still version 1.0 It may never be updated.
May 31 2009 at 9:17pm Copy Link
d adams Does one license allow me in install on both my desktop and lap top computers? How about future updates? Do we get them?
Jun 1 2009 at 3:02am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson Michael, the deal is available today, June 1st! After 11:59 EST it will no longer be available for the discounted price.


BitsDuJour Admin - Jun 1 2009 at 6:44am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko One license allows to use the program personally on every your computer.
Teorex - Jun 1 2009 at 7:59am Copy Link
gpc 111 Thank you for the information Maxim. That is good to know. I already made my purchase and will definitely use this program on all of my home computers.
Jun 1 2009 at 12:53pm Copy Link
Nick Katz Hello. I tried this when it was free on the site and it works surprisingly well. It's also very easy to use. I am interested in purchasing it, but would like to know what your upgrade policy is. if I buy this when it comes up, how long will I be able to receive free upgrades. Thanks.
Nov 17 2009 at 8:58pm Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Hello.
Registered users receive free minor upgrades (ie 2.0-2.3).
Teorex - Nov 17 2009 at 9:39pm Copy Link
Ron Taylor What file types does this work with? Can I work with Adobe Photoshop files?
Nov 22 2009 at 9:51am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Inpaint support only image files(bmp, jpg, png)
Teorex - Nov 22 2009 at 4:20pm Copy Link
Nick Katz I purchased the program and downloaded and installed it. Mine was not infected. Maybe a false positive?
Nov 23 2009 at 5:29am Copy Link
Glenn Botts What's the current version? I have the one from giveawayoftheday and the tutorial shows a different interface, but is that the only difference between them?

The current installer is much larger.
Nov 23 2009 at 11:03am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Teorex has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 23 2009 at 4:00pm Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Current version of Inpaint is 2.3
At the latest version improved algorithm and performance.
The latest release produces much better results that previous versions.
Teorex - Nov 23 2009 at 4:38pm Copy Link
Jon G. I am quite amazed at how good this program is. I bought it and am very pleased to highly recommend it.
Nov 23 2009 at 8:41pm Copy Link
Olivier Duque Hi,

I bought this program here last time it was on bitsdujour (01 Jun 2009) and I see I cannot register the last version using my serial number. Is the version I bought recently already outdated to the point I need to buy a new one?
Nov 23 2009 at 10:27pm Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko You bought version 1.0, now curent version is 2.3, there is no free major updates, actually I offer upgrade to the new version with 50% discount, but now you can purchase it with 61% discount.
Teorex - Nov 23 2009 at 10:33pm Copy Link
gpc 111 This is a very nice product. It's small and does the job.
Apr 26 2010 at 3:37am Copy Link
K H I downloaded this program when it was available on GOTD. Pretty amazing. Only had to try it once to know I wanted it. So glad to find it here - where I can afford to purchase it.

I have one tiny issue and I'm sure it's only because I'm so very unschooled in using any kind of graphics program. I have trouble getting rid of the rectangle/polygon box once I've edited a picture to my satisfaction. It just doesn't go away. A little more detail in the help file would be, well, helpful. Also, clicking on Redo doesn't redo. I'm using version 2.3.
May 1 2010 at 4:11am Copy Link
m w f K H,

Hit the Esc key to clear the selections....and naturally, the 'redo'
is a history function, so you would need to 'undo' first. 

Note: should you want to run the same selection again simply
hit the run arrow.
May 1 2010 at 8:21pm Copy Link
P J As I can't find an info on the website, does it run on Windows 7?
May 2 2010 at 7:57pm Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Yes it run on windows 7, and you can try the trial at first.
Teorex - May 2 2010 at 9:30pm Copy Link
K H I just purchased this program. The InPaint version I installed earlier, from GOTD is 2.3.  Is the one offered today on Bits a newer version? Should I just enter my reg key in the version I have or download from here?


May 3 2010 at 4:57am Copy Link
DrTeeth I tried this program the last time it was offered here and got poor results. This time, I checked out the video tutorials on the main site and saw where I was going wrong. It "does what it says on the tin" and after a quick demo registered immediately. I'm sorry I did not register earlier, it's brilliant.
May 3 2010 at 9:48am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko This deal for Inpaint V3 for Windows Personal & Business licenses.
Teorex - Nov 9 2010 at 11:30am Copy Link
Louis H How many of these type programs do I need anyway?

Apparently as many as I can afford to purchase.


I have about 5 or 6 dedicated tools that do the same type of effect and each of them has their pros and cons. I really do like what has changed in Version 3 of Inpaint and I most definitely appreciate the short and to the point easy to follow video tutorials provided.

I worked with Version 2 in the past (freebie from GiveAwayOftheDay) and was not all that satisfied with it.

I ran a few photos through both V2 and V3 and see clear improvements with V3 and will indeed pick up a copy when the offer goes Live next Thursday.

It works best when the background it is using as the palette to fill in the blank with is consistent with itself, (such as snow, or sky, or trees, grass, rocks, sand, etc.,) and you may need to touch up some areas a second or third time, but for those photos where there is a fairly consistent background to use as a palette for "inpainting" the object to be removed, it works great.

But, as always, folks are encouraged to give it a test run to see if it does for your photos what you want it to do.

additional caveat....

It works best, for me at least, with backgrounds that do not require high resolution results. Slightly blurry or out-of-focus backgrounds do great, but in-focus backgrounds that have a fairly consistent texture to them, as mentioned above, do well in version 3.
Nov 4 2010 at 10:35am Copy Link
Mitch Kite I will definitely be purchasing Inpaint and here's why:
This summer, I went to an air show. One of the coolest photos I took was of an F/A-18 Super Hornet taking off almost vertically. As fate would have it, part of the plane was blocked by a large pole. My great shot was ruined!

I tried several software packages that remove unwanted objects and overall they didn't seem to work that well, were extremely slow, difficult to use and even cost way too much. It's possible that with practice they might work just fine, but in my opinion, a steep learning curve is hardly worth it.

Tonight I tried Inpaint. I wasn't expecting much, but Inpaint did a spectacular job removing the pole! My great shot was saved!

When testing out new software, I usually try to not read any directions. After all, if it is not intuitive, I probably don't want to use it. Well, I must say that Inpaint easily removed the pole and saved the day. It took me about 10 minutes to get the result I wanted. Very impressive!
Nov 4 2010 at 3:15pm Copy Link
Tazzie @ Louis ... you took the words out of my mouth LOL ... I, too, have more programs than it seems I really need! Yet, indeed each has its strengths and weaknesses. I appreciate the feedback from you and Mitch, and will be trying this out, myself.

I'm beginning to wonder, though, if I need to look for a software junkies support group somewhere LOL
Nov 4 2010 at 8:51pm Copy Link
Louis H @tazzie... ;-)

I too sometimes wonder that about myself!
Nov 4 2010 at 9:42pm Copy Link
Judith Steele ok, I have a very old photo of my husbands grandmother and aunt and uncle. Where they had it in and old album, it lifted the
film , leaving white bloches. Will this fix it?
Nov 8 2010 at 8:21am Copy Link
Louis H Depends on the nature of what was originally in those white blotches.

If it was faces or parts of faces, something very specific in detail, then the answer, at least from my experience with the program, is most likely no.

Inpaint studies the area surrounding the object you are removing from the photo - in your case - white blotches. It then fills in the area once occupied by the object being removed with a pretty good estimate of how the background would look if the object being removed was not there to begin with. It works best when specific details in the background are not required. It cannot fill in something that is not already present for it to analyze. It cannot "paint" in a face that is no longer there. It CAN paint, or blend in, missing areas of a background as long as it has some of that original background to work with, and as long as that background is fairly "simple" - such as a wall, or group of trees, or sky. (Sorry if my explanation is not clear or helpful.)

Best way to find out if it can help your specific photograph is to download the trial and test it out.
Nov 8 2010 at 9:11am Copy Link
James Elson Which version is this for?

On their download page, there's ver 2 & 3 for Windows

Also, their a distinct licenses for Mac & Windows in both Personal and Business classes.

It's a very good product: got a promo license for 2.0
Nov 8 2010 at 2:31pm Copy Link
Louis H @Jimi Le - good question about whether or not a business license will also be available at a discount. I had not even paid attention to there being two different licenses versions. Based on the price shown above, I am assuming this is for a version 3 Personal license. (at least V3 is what I got when I downloaded the trial version.) Hopefully someone from Teorex will let us know the answer about the business license option.
Nov 8 2010 at 4:09pm Copy Link
DrTeeth I will be buying as I have v2.4, and the discount here is better than the 50% I would get as a 'registered user upgrade'.

TBH, I will be buying on faith as the product's site is very scant on what has changed from v2.4 to 3...' Inpaint algorithm improvements
and Whole program optimization' is not enough detail. Without the BDJ offer, I probably wouldn't bother.
Nov 9 2010 at 6:46am Copy Link
Glen Hilton Very poor results obtained with detailed - complex areas, This is an overpriced, basic one trick pony that needs further development for professional results. The video confirmed the limited options with specially selected examples; Better to use a good image editor with a copy- repairing brush and layers which could well be quicker and certainly more appealing (especially in enlargements) than fixing an important family photo with a poor quality makeover . .
Nov 9 2010 at 11:56am Copy Link
Louis H Glen... at $40, you are right that it is an overpriced basic one trick pony, but for $16 AND the reality that I am not a professional photographer, it's worth adding to my toolbox. For what I need it for it does fine, actually. (more diffuse backgrounds - slightly blurry most of the time.)

As to fixing important family photos, you are again right about Inpaint not being the best choice IF one is going to be printing copies. If one is simply working with digital copies - with low detail backgrounds surrounding areas needing work or objects in need of removal - then it can indeed be helpful - and certainly more cost effective - as an option.

Inpaint is NOT a high level professional solution. And it is not for every photo in need of this type of one trick pony. But for what it does and can do, it's worth a purchase for me.
Nov 9 2010 at 5:25pm Copy Link
gpc 111 Like some users here I have version 2 from GAOTD. It's a great program but has it been confirmed that this offer is for 3.0? I would like to take advantage of this offer but I would hate to buy the version I already have. It would be nice if the publisher could clear this up.
Nov 10 2010 at 11:09am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko This deal for Inpaint V3 for Windows Personal & Business licenses.
Teorex - Nov 10 2010 at 11:19am Copy Link
James Elson I was seriously considering purchasing this, but given that we haven't seen a reply as to a question as simple as version number.... I think I'll pass.
Nov 11 2010 at 4:41am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale It's right above you Jimi - Version 3!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 11 2010 at 4:47am Copy Link
Henry T What's the difference in between personal and business license?
Nov 11 2010 at 8:09am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale From the developer's site:
"There are two types of the license: Personal and Business. With the Personal License, you can use this program program in non-business, non commercial environment (typically - on your home PC). Otherwise, you should purchase a Business License."
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 11 2010 at 9:00am Copy Link
Henry T I was going to purchase it for $15 today, I thought you could use it for my business also. Is not that advanced for $40. I am going to pass on this one!
Nov 11 2010 at 10:32am Copy Link
Roberto 2 or 3 days ago we had Photoupz in bitsdojour.

somebody tryed both apps?

i think they are quite similar software.
Mar 31 2011 at 9:37pm Copy Link
Joe Doe Is it available as a PS-compatible plugin?
Apr 2 2011 at 11:55pm Copy Link
Henrik Safegaard I have tried both.
Photoupz is when you get skils in it, more accurate but one have to practice. Inpaint is easier but dont have the same possibility to control more complex cut outs. It surely work fine in the easy part of taking things out of a picture but i prefers Photoupz.

Hovever, For this mony its a great deal and it would do most jobs. AND it has no learning curve, a 5 year old can do this.
Apr 3 2011 at 3:14am Copy Link
Roberto thanks.. i bougth photoupz some days ago. it was really cheap.
Apr 3 2011 at 3:36am Copy Link
Colin Pritchard I bought Photoupz as well last week and have downloaded and tried this. I think I prefer this one. They both word extremely well when the background of the object being removed is very plain and regular, grass or sky or snow say. They are not so good with complex mixed backgrounds.

I'm just about to buy this one to add to Photoupz.. I can afford the apparent duplication at this price.
Apr 3 2011 at 8:00pm Copy Link
Greg Olson-Hyde How do I purchase the Mac version?

Is it on 'Bits' or not?

Apr 3 2011 at 8:10pm Copy Link
Dan P Both Photoupz and Inpaint serve a purpose. I have both and will probably use both as sometimes one works better than the other.
Apr 3 2011 at 11:03pm Copy Link
Tom Woot Own and worked with both. As mentioned above, both are sensitive to type of background.

PhotoUpz works better extending lines or linear elements covered by the object to be removed. The direction and amount of extension is under your control using the line/direction tool.

Somtimes, Inpaint has better results with the removal of elements that have hard to define edges, thanks to the background/foreground tool.

In general, both work better in several passes.
Apr 4 2011 at 1:26am Copy Link
Henrik Safegaard Echo that Tom Woot - I couldn't have said it better. Both are very usefully software.
Apr 4 2011 at 1:52am Copy Link
Michael W. Foutty Currently using Inpaint 2.4 .... works very well.

This version 3 seems to be missing the polygon/rectangle tools...or have they been replaced with the brush tool?

Perhaps I have overlooked something.

Plus - what's the upgrade charge for existing users?

Apr 4 2011 at 1:58am Copy Link
El Matador I have the same question as Greg. Where do you buy the discounted version for Mac?
Apr 4 2011 at 2:34am Copy Link
DrTeeth 50% off for existing users IIRC, so better to buy here and now.

Apr 4 2011 at 4:20am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson Hey Apple folks, sorry about the confusion!

Mac purchase links are available now via the 'buy now' button.

BitsDuJour Admin - Apr 4 2011 at 5:42am Copy Link
Carl Lum I bought Inpaint when it was previously on sale on BitduJour and it's a fantastic little program. I've never really liked using the Clone brush in other programs. The smarts and the ease of use built into Inpaint is very impressive. At half price, it's well worth the money.
Apr 4 2011 at 5:54am Copy Link
SoftCollector I have tried it - not bad.

Depending on the type of background and scaling, "inprinting" can be less or more visible. For consumer use it will do the job in most cases, as long as you do not need to make a large print, where "in printing" will be in most cases impossible to hide.

I do not like the limitation of the trial - you cannot save the edited image and a pop-up question asks sneakily: "Buy now?" That feels a little cheap and unnecessary, but I guess, with each of us having just 2-3 photos he would like to touch-up, if saving was aloud no one would have bought it.

Also: the interface looks rather frugal and photo navigation needs to be improved (currently you have to mostly use the sliders),
Sep 6 2011 at 4:06am Copy Link
Sue Long Inpaint is absolutely one of my favorite little photo editing programs. It does not do a bunch of tricks, but the one that it does, it does well. I love it for removing power lines across otherwise great photos.
Sep 9 2011 at 1:56am Copy Link
Mina Friedman If I purchase this product, will I get the PC(.exe) file and the Mac(.dmg) file versions? Also, will the license allow me to download to one PC machine and one Mac machine. I won't be using both at the same time. It's a work/home type of arrangement.

Sep 9 2011 at 7:48am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Mac and Windows versions have different licenses, so if you plan to use Inpaint on different systems you need to purchase 2 licenses.
Thank you.
Teorex - Sep 9 2011 at 9:00am Copy Link
b g Which version/edition is being offered today please?
Sep 9 2011 at 10:43am Copy Link
Clay Nichols Doe it have anything that helps you to draw the boundary line?

(I.e., some graphics programs have something like a magic wand or magnetic pencil which looks for a boundary/interface near where you draw the line so you don't have to draw the line perfectly correctly. Those programs also smoothes out the edge it creates.

I haven't yet found a tool that does this well and easily. Was hoping this one did that but couldn't find any way to do that.
Sep 9 2011 at 3:57pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Due to the overwhelming response Teorex has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Sep 10 2011 at 12:00am Copy Link
HJ B This appears to be inpaint 3.0. As far as I can see, the version number is not noted in the bitsdujour promotion.

The author says that the policy is that upgrades within major versions (for example 2 to 2.5) are free to license holders. However, I do not see in the promotion or at the author's website a mention of how such free upgrades are obtained.

I own version 3.0, and it is not clear from the website whether any modified version has been issued,
Sep 10 2011 at 3:56pm Copy Link
John H Thanks for extending the offer. I missed my chance yesterday.

I use Serif Photo Plus and GIMP. This is a great addition to my box of photo tools.

This is a great and simple program which beats the heck out of using a clone tool to paint over objects.
Sep 10 2011 at 6:11pm Copy Link
Roger Thomasson All "I deserve a free upgrade" posts have been moved to the following forum thread. Feel free to debate to your hearts content here:

BitsDuJour Admin - Oct 12 2011 at 6:17am Copy Link
Adrian Williams Is there an upgrade discount from v3 to v4 ?
Feb 13 2012 at 1:50am Copy Link
Rick R I have Version 3 - what version is being offered in this deal?
Feb 13 2012 at 7:25am Copy Link
DrTeeth The latest version is 4.1 - BdJ does not deal with 'old' versions. The upgrade discount is the same as offered here.

This information is either on the policy tab on this page or the programme's website if only people would look.

I will only buy again as it seems the developer has started to release point version updates - at one point it looked as if major version number updates were to be the norm.
Feb 13 2012 at 3:21pm Copy Link
Tomasz Lisowski "BdJ does not deal with 'old' versions"

Well, PaintShop Pro Photo X3 is still a Special deal on BdJ, despite version X4 being on the market since a few months ...
Feb 13 2012 at 11:19pm Copy Link
DrTeeth @ Tomasz

I should have qualified my statement by adding "...with their daily deals".
Feb 14 2012 at 12:37am Copy Link
Nick Katz I'm not sure I understand this policy, "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed."

Does this mean that if I replace my computer I can't remove it from the old one and install it on the new one?
Feb 16 2012 at 1:49am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Yes, software can be removed from one computer and installed to the another computer.
Teorex - Feb 16 2012 at 1:55am Copy Link
Marco Pivetta In english:
There is some invalid or missing information on your order form.
Please review the fields marked in red and try again.

Em português:
Existe alguma informação inválida ou ausente no seu formulário de pedido.
Por favor, revise os campos marcados em vermelho e tente novamente.
Feb 16 2012 at 4:05am Copy Link
Bruce I have ver 3.1 (from a past deal on another site).
While the product seemed to work OK (some objects remove much better than others, just depends...), what I was hoping for was a way to blur or smooth the edges of the removed area. As sometimes the removal left a rather obvious cutout edge.

I looked on the site and no mention of this feature.
It would be good to have it in the app, rather than using this to remove, then saving and having to reopen in another photo tool app just to do the edge blur-blend.

Is there or will there be such a blur/blend feature?
(and is it likely to be within the 4.x release range that the Policy tab says will be included in today's purchase.)
Feb 16 2012 at 5:30am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson @ Marco

Can you send us a screenshot of the unsuccessful order page?
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 16 2012 at 7:40am Copy Link
Bill Blackledge I downloaded the demo (Inpaint 4.1 PC) but it doesn't have the same interface as the screenshot above left. The screnshot show a tabbed toolbar with rectangle and polygon selection tools. The demo uses a red marker pen and green edge tools. Where are the selcection tools shown in the screenshot?
Feb 16 2012 at 7:48am Copy Link
Marco Pivetta Roger,
I tryed again and now I was able to do the payment. It was probably some server instability, because at that time the order did not show the place for payment. Anyway, thanks for your help.
Feb 16 2012 at 9:02am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson Glad to hear it worked out Marco :)

Enjoy Inpaint!

BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 16 2012 at 9:11am Copy Link
Marco Pivetta Just an advice to those who will buy the product. You must intall the software linked in the order, otherwise the licence will not work.

I had installed the version to evaluate and tryed to put the serial code on it. It returned invalid code.
Feb 16 2012 at 9:47am Copy Link
Amit I think iresizer of this same company has the same features and some more too, in plus to what inpaint has. IS that correct ?

How is it better than iresizer which does more than removing objects, nicely ?
Jul 16 2012 at 2:42am Copy Link
Phil Tobin In answer to Amit:

IResizer does have some similar features to Inpaint.

The underlying principle of both was first revealed in a research paper published in 2007 by Arial Shamir and Shai Avidan entitled: "Seam Carving for Content-Aware Image Resizing."

In that SIGGRAPH paper, the authors demonstrated how their new algorithm was capable of transforming images during post-editing in such a way as to make the unobtrusive removal or resizing of visual elements a far easier task than had previously been possible.

These two pioneers encouraged Open Source enthusiasts to build on their research, and in early follow-up work, developer Gabe Rudy successfully created a front-end for the new algorithm. He gave it the accurate, if less than catchy title:

"Seam Carving GUI."

Working independently, another Open Source developer, Joe Nantz, set about refining the Shamir-Avidan algorithm. He came up with CAIR:

"Content Aware Image Resizer."

What CAIR does, and how it does it, is explained in a quick-to-read, easy-to-understand, illustrated walk-through on his little website:

Joe drew Gabe’s attention to his work, and Gabe revised his Seam Carving GUI accordingly. The latest versions are still entirely free of charge and still available on small, fast downloads for both Windows PCs and Mac from:

You or anyone else who might be thinking of spending money on this kind of software, whether at the full price or at some kind of discount, might best be advised to first download and install the freeware apps and then download trial versions of the Teorex products and compare them.

I have.

I have been unable to discover what, if anything, this Russian company has ever contributed to the Open Source development of seam carving / content aware image resizing.

In actual usage, I have been unable to detect any meaningful difference between the product range for which Teorex seeks to charge an often high retail price, and the Sourceforge apps which Open Source developers continue to provide free of charge.

But perhaps your experience of using and comparing the Sourceforge free with the Teorex paid-for may be different.
Jul 16 2012 at 3:59am Copy Link
Eddie Tex @Phil Tobin, I was just taking a look and read your explanation above... absolutely fantastic info. Thank you!
Jul 16 2012 at 6:24am Copy Link
Phil Tobin @ Eddie Tex: Thanks. It's very often the case nowadays that commercial developers sell paid-for versions of apps whose genesis was never commercial and which are freely available from Source Forge for anyone to contrast and compare before opening their wallets.
Jul 16 2012 at 6:39am Copy Link
VLM Phil Tobin - QED! Thank you!
Jul 16 2012 at 7:40am Copy Link
Eddie Tex Agreed. There may still be value in a commercial product if the GUI is well-done or the channels for support are simplified... but it is extremely helpful to understand freeware alternatives, especially when built upon the same foundation.
Jul 16 2012 at 7:57am Copy Link
VLM Policy says "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed."

May we assume that this is misplaced BDJ default text?
Jul 16 2012 at 9:17am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko You can reinstall it to another computer after you uninstall it from first one.
Thank you.
Teorex - Jul 16 2012 at 9:21am Copy Link
John H I purchased Inpaint during the last deal and am very happy with it.

Looking at the two websites for the Open Source projects, I would have no clue what the purpose of those projects is.

I like to support the Open Source Community but Teorex got this product to me where I was totally unaware of what was available through open source.

I have a long purchasing checklist of Open Source and free software sources to go through before I pay money for any software. I did not come across the mentioned open source programs nor would I have even known what to look for.

The one thing I learned when I took my elective computer programing course is that programers can be brilliant at writing code and yet fail at every other aspect that make software usable and accessible.

If Inpaint is based on an Open Source project, I would hope Mr. Gapechenko contributes a meaningful percentage of the profits to the Open Source project. Yes, he does deserve compensation for making me aware of and getting the product to me. If not for Inpaint, I would still be wasting time using my clone tools to fix my photos.
Jul 16 2012 at 10:51am Copy Link
Phil Tobin @ John H: If you're happy to pay for commercialware, then that's your choice and no-one would argue with it.

All Sourceforge freeware offerings have download buttons / links to click on without need of first reading, or understanding, the often complex research effort invested by the original Open Source non-commercial developers. Thereafter, it's a straightforward task to simply contrast and compare any paid-for software with any free software that does exactly the same thing.
Jul 16 2012 at 12:15pm Copy Link
Garrett Goyette what is personal vs business version of inpaint. I find no such distinction on the website unless business version is the same as Batch Inpaint?
Jul 16 2012 at 12:20pm Copy Link
gail f Love my InPaint, have had from Bits for awhile! Very easy to use!
Jul 16 2012 at 1:49pm Copy Link
Gerald Montgomery @Phil Tobin Great information. Thank you!

I down loaded the Seam Carving GUI windows installation program. The version was 1.11 and installation was simple. I did one quick test and removed a date stamp from a relatively high resolution photo.

I did the exact same thing with Inpaint. The highlighting to remove the date and other GUI elements was identical. Additonal Inpaint GUI elements though were more sophisticated. The Seam Carving application was in turn much faster removing the time stamp.

Without comparing the two results against the original, they both did the job. But by far the resulting image that most matched the original photo was done with this version of Inpaint! No fragments of the date remained for either but the Seam Carving GUI significantly changed the underlying image.

Not sure why. It's very possible the Seam Carving GUI installation was a dated version of the technology. But it was the latest offered on the link.

Bottom line is, give them a test. Your results may vary depending in part on what exactly you're removing and photograph differences.

Personally, since the results were so dramatic, I'm going to buy this to have it as option.
Jul 16 2012 at 5:39pm Copy Link
Amit I think iresizer would be more feature full than inpaint. it can do what inpaint does and more.
Jul 16 2012 at 8:37pm Copy Link
Giganto Pithecus Just purchased and I'm very impressed with this software. It is easy to use and works as advertised. My only gripe is that it isn't remembering anything between launches; i.e. window positions, marker sizes, etc. Hopefully, this can be added in a future version. Other than that, thumbs up from me!
Jul 16 2012 at 9:38pm Copy Link
VLM Oh, I really appreciate software that remembers what I, the user, have done WRT setup and configuration. Perhaps they'll add a few settings, or just retain a few items, in a future version. It's not clear to me how responsive this developer may be to user input; hasn't been very present today.
Jul 16 2012 at 10:09pm Copy Link
Husker Tech Inpaint is more akin to the Resynthesizer plugin for Photoshop than Iresizer. Even though it has less functionality than Resynthesizer, it is a good value at $10 for those that dont own Photoshop or have the time to mess with open source software. However, this would be even a better application if it had an outline & fill tool - or perhaps it does and I haven't found it.
Jul 17 2012 at 12:06am Copy Link
CJCotter The trial download link is just for a MAC. Where's the PC trial download? Thank you.
Nov 20 2012 at 4:41am Copy Link
John H Great program. Looking forward to upgrading to the new version with this deal!
Nov 21 2012 at 4:32am Copy Link
Antoosa This says it's licensed "per user", which means users should be able to install it on all owned computers, but this contradicts same policy, which states that license may not be transferred to another PC.

Developer, please clarify license policy. Thanks.
Nov 23 2012 at 12:22am Copy Link
Michael Speir I do hope I get to buy it. I've tried several times this morning and the submission screen just sits there spinning.
Nov 23 2012 at 7:33am Copy Link
Alexis Baranek Today is the day for the reduced price deal on this - but no matter how much I try (and with different browsers and computers also) once I fill in all the info to purchase and hit to continue the site just sits and there and sits there and never completes the purchase.
Nov 23 2012 at 7:33am Copy Link
J. Moreno I've used InPaint for about two years, and I very highly recommend it. Indeed, I own Photoshop CS5 with "content aware," a highly-touted feature that will remove unwanted objects from a picture, but most of the time, I prefer using InPaint. I find it works just as well and is much easier to use. (It also costs MUCH less than Photoshop.)
Nov 23 2012 at 7:37am Copy Link
Alexis Baranek I'm glad I'm not the only one with the problem - let's hope Teorex fixes the problem before the time is up.
Nov 23 2012 at 9:07am Copy Link
Michael Speir Oh, my suspicion is that it'll be another of those "Deal Extended for Another Day!" affairs. ;-)
Nov 23 2012 at 11:17am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson Hi Folks, sorry for the trouble. We're checking into this now!

BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 23 2012 at 11:24am Copy Link
Michael Speir Well, this is just great. The site's finally back up, but because of the trouble my bank thought the transaction was fraudulent, froze my card, and now says that I can't make the purchase until Monday. So I guess I lost the chance at the deal? I'm not real happy about that!
Nov 23 2012 at 1:57pm Copy Link
Roger Thomasson Hi Folks, we've halted the promotion for the time being until we sort out the ordering issues with Paypro Global (the payment processor). We'll see what we can do about scheduling another date for this promotion.

Sorry for the trouble!

BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 23 2012 at 2:10pm Copy Link
Michael Speir Well, ironically, I'm good now. I was down at my bank hammering on them to get this thing straightened out before going home for the evening. (I had just spoken to their HQ on the phone. They were the ones who had told me nothing could be done till Monday.) Anyhow, I tried the order one more time and it went through. Then I find out the deal was halted. I must've squeezed in at just the right instant.
Nov 23 2012 at 4:12pm Copy Link
Knight Hi!

What is the difference between the personal and business license?

Thank you!

Dec 8 2012 at 5:15am Copy Link
Loco Driver I've tried, twice, to buy this package. The purchase system reports an order number, but two attempt to purchase with PayPal failed. (The PayPal portions seem to work, but no receipt is issued.)
Dec 8 2012 at 11:25am Copy Link
RJ Gowan Nicolas.
Strange that no response, but from previous messages, it seems that features are same for both personal and business versions. But if you intend to use for commercial purposes, you must purchase business version. Personal is for non-commercial use only, as I interpret previous messages.
Dec 8 2012 at 2:22pm Copy Link
Loco Driver @ RJ & Nicolas

I think there's no response because the developer is in another country - the old time-zones problem.

I read the price difference the same way - if a company uses it for profit it's only fair they pay more (and it's not much different anyway).
Dec 8 2012 at 9:28pm Copy Link
John H Just took this opportunity to upgrade from ver 3.0 which I purchased on BDJ.

This and Zoner are the only photo programs I use anymore.

Dec 9 2012 at 12:37am Copy Link
VLM Would you be willing to summarize improvements made since the last promotion here 5 months ago? In particular, what has been done to address some of the questions/criticisms voiced at that time?

Thank you!
May 6 2013 at 8:24am Copy Link
Roger Thomasson @ VLM

Please ask specific questions.

BitsDuJour Admin - May 6 2013 at 1:50pm Copy Link
VLM A version history/change log might provide a good place to start. There were various comments, it seems more productive to read first and ask second. :)
May 6 2013 at 3:54pm Copy Link
J. M. Neal May I purchase Inpaint, download the setup file, but wait until after I have some expected work done on my computer before doing the install and entry of the registration key? Or would I be allowed to reinstall later if I install now? How many activations are permitted on the same computer?
May 6 2013 at 8:26pm Copy Link
VLM I found the change log on the website, but it has no release dates. So it does not answer the question about how often this program is updated/upgraded.

And now that I go to buy, I see that there are personal and business licenses. I cannot easily find a comparison page, and I don't have time to go hunting for it. Sigh ....
May 6 2013 at 11:15pm Copy Link
Ron Cavin I purchased an earlier offering of Inpaint a few months ago,and when this current offer came up I recommended it to a friend. She purchased yesterday and tells me it seems to have installed properly, but she can find no place to enter her user name and registration key.
The confirmation email she received contained both the download link and the registration key, but she says she can't find anyplace to enter the information. Is the user name and registration key not necessary?
I don't want to recommend software if my friends are unable to have a legitimate registered copy, please advise on this issue asap, thanks.
May 7 2013 at 11:47am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Please mail to the with order details.
Thank you.
Teorex - May 7 2013 at 2:00pm Copy Link
RHays When trying to order I get a blank page.

Shows Order, and extra programs to order if I want.
After entering my name and email twice and phone and hit submit I get a blank screen.
Nov 20 2013 at 4:55am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @RHays - We've just contacted the vendor regarding the issue you mention.
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 20 2013 at 7:07am Copy Link
D Rogers Well, this works very good. Better than the hard to use spot removal feature in Adobe Lightroom, so I bought it. Pretty fun to use also.
Nov 20 2013 at 7:45pm Copy Link
ylluminate Confused, went to purchase this and upon checking out, I wanted to purchase the Multi-View version with the discount, however I could not remove the personal license version from my cart. Upon going through the process of trying to get it only in the cart it unfortunately would not add the discount. Can you please help us out here in purchasing the discounted Multi-View version?
Nov 20 2013 at 9:45pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Teorex has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 21 2013 at 12:11am Copy Link
Wiggle Hi, what's the difference between InPaint and BatchInPaint? I owned BatchInPaint now and would like to know the features differences.
Nov 21 2013 at 2:34am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko ylluminate, this deal is only for Inpaint.
Teorex - Nov 21 2013 at 2:44am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Maz, BatchInpaint has slightly less functionality than Inpaint but is better suited to processing a collection of pictures with typical watermarks, for example a photo date-time stamp.
Teorex - Nov 21 2013 at 2:45am Copy Link
Wiggle @Maxim - Can we remove watermarks and photo date-time stamp using InPaint alone?
Nov 21 2013 at 2:47am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @ylluminate - Today's discount applies only to Inpaint and not to Multi-View Inpaint.
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 21 2013 at 2:53am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Maz, sure, you can remove watermarks and date stamps using Inpaint.
Teorex - Nov 21 2013 at 3:10am Copy Link
Raider Is this a lifetime license?
Nov 21 2013 at 8:20am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Raider, only minor upgrade are free. Major upgrades usually have a significant amount of improvements and new features. Therefore, you will likely have to pay an upgrade fee if you want to take advantage of a major update or version upgrade. This fee is typically half the price of the product.
Teorex - Nov 21 2013 at 8:26am Copy Link
Raider Well, ok. That does seem fair and I have no problem with that. I believe you are up to version 5.xx now so when you go to version 6 that would be considered a major upgrade? How far are you away from doing that because maybe I will just wait for that?
Nov 21 2013 at 8:44am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Raider, At this year major update is not planned.
Teorex - Nov 21 2013 at 8:50am Copy Link
Raider That's not saying much since there is less than a month and a half remaining in the year.

This is a good product. I was lucky enough to try it when it was offered on Giveaway of the Day. But I don't want to buy it and then get an e-mail a short time after the new year begins letting me know that there is a new version out that I could have patiently waited for.
Nov 21 2013 at 8:55am Copy Link
Captain B I purchased InPaint this afternoon and received registration email. However every attempt to download the program from is blocked by Trend Micro security on my computer. What to do?
Nov 21 2013 at 10:40pm Copy Link
ylluminate So disappointing that no one will give me an answer. As noted YESTERDAY, we cannot purchase only the MultiView version at a discount and remove the other one from the shopping cart:

Why won't anyone reply with some help?
Nov 21 2013 at 10:48pm Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Larry Neuton, here is alternate link:
Teorex - Nov 22 2013 at 2:11am Copy Link
Matt Hello,

I see that the current version of Inpaint is 5.6.

Your change log has no release dates. Can you tell us when version 5 was released? And when is version 6 due for release?

I purchased version 4 here on BDJ and shortly after I purchased it, version 5 came out. I don't want to make that mistake again.

Thank you.
May 22 2014 at 10:12am Copy Link
Louis H According to their FB page....

Version 5.6 was released on November 27th 2013.
Version 5.5 was released on September 17th 2013
Version 5.3 was released on July 14, 2013

It would be nice to know if there is any current target date for release of Version 6.
May 22 2014 at 7:30pm Copy Link
Gr3gw This is a great companion to PhotoStitcher, which creates panoramas from still images. Apart from removing unwanted parts in images, it can also fill the black areas you get when images are stitched together.
May 23 2014 at 1:43am Copy Link
Matt Thanks Louis!
May 23 2014 at 3:49am Copy Link
HH Bonner This really looked interesting and I wanted to order, but I do not give credit card numbers to unknown people. No Paypal, No order. Not the first time I refused to order.
May 23 2014 at 7:20am Copy Link
Toni McConnel Everyone please note that in the sample photographs with this promo, ostensibly having elements removed, the supposed original photo has entirely different city background and even the water in pool is quite different. To put this in most polite way possible, this is not convincing and discouraged me from even trying it.
May 23 2014 at 8:18am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Toni, If you're talking about the cityscape behind the girl it has EXACTLY the same buildings behind it!
Look again - I think you're mistaken.
BitsDuJour Admin - May 23 2014 at 11:41am Copy Link
Gr3gw HHBonner, I paid by PayPal. On the first order page, the PayPal symbol is not shown but later, when the means of payment is selected, PayPal is there.
May 23 2014 at 2:51pm Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen I am interested but the Fine Print is confusing. On the one hand it says:
Inpaint is licensed per user, so if more people are going to use Inpaint you will need to purchase additional copies.
That's fine. But I want to download the software to my laptop also, still there will only be ONE USER as allowed above.

But then I read:
Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed.

Clarification please?
May 23 2014 at 4:17pm Copy Link
Johan Snijder Well Tony McConnel. I purchased the program and to get rid of words written across a subject took me 10 minutes on Gimp and only about 20 seconds on inpaint. The program is fantastic and at such a cheap price. I don't know of any other program that comes even close.
May 23 2014 at 4:36pm Copy Link
Gunderic Hagen I tried to purchase the software and got a mail from their payments platform asking for a scanned copy of my credit card, ID with photo, and a host of other things...and to send everything over the internet... Are these people for real? I told them before I do that, I need from them a copy of their CEO credit card, Photo ID and a letter from the CEO stating their outfit is not a scam....

It is really sad to see these hardworking small companies producing software and falling in the clutches of "payments platforms" that take their money and only hurt their business by complicating things for customers..
May 23 2014 at 6:42pm Copy Link
Louis H I purchased a second license for InPaint and also a copy of Photo Scissors. I was able to access PayPal to pay. I was told before I clicked continue that I would be allowed to see the full charge before completing my order. The very next screen confirmed that I had purchased the products and my order would be finalized soon.

The Price shown on that page was correct. My PayPal receipt shows the correct amount charged.

My concern is that it did not show the total price before I hit continue. Normally when this occurs PayPal forwards me to a site where I am given a final choice to confirm the order.

I trust the vendor behind these products, but unfortunately they have not been given the best of customer service from PayPro Global.

I am not sure how things may be different for folks making a purchase from other countries, but I can confirm that I was able (from The US) to make the purchase using PayPal and that I was charged the correct amount. My license keys have arrived, as well, while I was making these comments.

As to the program.... It continues to improve. It is far more accurate in it's current form then it was in the early stages of development. The Vendor has obviously invested time and skill in making improvements. It is not for every photograph, but it can do a very nice edit on those photos it does work for.

I have found that for those photos where the background is less homogenous and appears very busy, if I enlarge the photo and go slower with a more pinpoint size brush to identify the areas I want removed, and from which areas to inpaint from, it does so much better than earlier version.

I agree with you, Nico, about the photo of the young woman used in the ad copy as an example. I see NO additional alterations other than the removal of the other people in the water. The Cityscape in the background is the same in both images, as is the body of water. I think where it may appear to Toni to be different is that in the smaller - retouched - photo, the perspective is different. The larger is seen straight on - the smaller from an angle. If one takes time to actually draw lines from various points on the young woman's body (such as her shoulder or elbow) to perpendicular points behind her, they match up with the same buildings in the background in both photos.

Perhaps a better example would have been a side by side comparison, like the other examples, rather than a PIP approach. (I write that in case the vendor reads this and wishes to consider the suggestion.)
May 23 2014 at 7:14pm Copy Link
Gr3gw My experience of paying by PayPal was the same as Louis H's. Not the author's fault but something between PayPro Global and PayPal. The transaction went through correctly. Don't let this glitch put you off.
May 23 2014 at 11:35pm Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Gunderic Hagen, Inpaint license can be transfered to another computer.
Teorex - May 24 2014 at 2:37am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Toni McConnel, images used for promo were obtained with Inpaint.
Teorex - May 24 2014 at 2:41am Copy Link
Ricky Rick What version is being offered?

I have V3.0 already - and it's a GREAT little program. Really like it a whole lot!

If the offer here is other than V3.0 -- in the latest version can you now PASTE a picture into the program?

This program works wonders IMHO. It does one thing and does it VERY WELL!
Apr 8 2015 at 8:24am Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko This promo for Inpaint V6.2
Teorex - Apr 8 2015 at 10:59am Copy Link
Ricky Rick Maxim - Thank you for the version number

- BUT - can a Picture be "Copied & Pasted" into the program?

If not - it is a serious feature to consider on your next update/upgrade.

Love the program though. It does magical things that turn out looking fantastic.
Apr 8 2015 at 11:05am Copy Link
David User Bought the entire suite (every product) this company sells.
Apr 8 2015 at 2:33pm Copy Link
Chris @ Ricky Rick ~ you can't copy & paste, but you can drag & drop, which is much faster IMO.

The only bad thing is they use PayProGlobal as their payment processor, which makes it impossible for me to purchase as they will NOT process my orders and only tell me to send them a wire transfer.
Apr 8 2015 at 5:13pm Copy Link
Ricky Rick @ Chris,

thanks for the info about the Drag and Drop.

I'm going to order.
Apr 8 2015 at 5:59pm Copy Link
John Oliver To the BitsDuJour staff / webmaster(s)....
could you possibly add the software VERSION in the info below the
"Platforms" information in future please?
I.E. Just below....
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista (32 and 64 bit), 7 (32 and 64 bit), Mac OS X
Apr 8 2015 at 7:19pm Copy Link
Ricky Rick @ Chris and others ...

YES - you can paste in a picture from the clipboard with this V6.2 of Inpaint. I just bought the program a little while ago.

Also @ Chris - I had no problem ordering as I paid with PayPal which then went thru PayProGlobal without a single problem.

Under EDIT in this V6.2 it has "Paste from Clipboard". Tried it and works fine.

NOTE: I already had V3.0 of Inpaint on my Win 7 Pro 64 bit OS -- and installed V6.2 thinking it would install on top of V3.0 -- or automatically uninstall V3.0. Turns out that I now have both versions on my OS and they both work fine.

When I look in the Program Files on Drive C: ... it shows a version of Inpaint in the 64 bit program folder and in the x86 Program folder.

Also ... when I looked in Revo Uninstaller it only shows 1 version of Inpaint that can be uninstalled and it's V3.0 -- there's no V6.2 in there. Strange seeing how 2 different versions of Inpaint are installed.

HOWEVER -- in the Control Panel "uninstall a program" it does show both versions of Inpaint.
Apr 8 2015 at 8:12pm Copy Link
Constantin Florea @John Oliver, The version does appear just above the Download Trial link. Just that it wasn't filled in before. It is now.
BitsDuJour Admin - Apr 9 2015 at 2:02am Copy Link
Chris @ Ricky Rick ~ thank for the heads up on paste from clipboard, as for PayProGlobal, at one time they used to process my orders as I have receipts from them. The thing now is they never will process it. I have tried all cc's and PayPal, but I get email from them telling me they can't accept that form of payment, but if I do a wire transfer that they would send serials, etc, as soon as they received it. I will never do a wire transfer because I get charged even more money for doing so, which would make this, or any deal, not a deal.
Apr 9 2015 at 5:55pm Copy Link
Maxim Gapchenko Chris, Could you contact to and I will check your orders.
Teorex - Apr 9 2015 at 11:38pm Copy Link
Jim Buchanan This is another great little program. It takes some time to figure out exactly how to use the brushes and which way to move them. Very similar to the 'blur' tool in Photoshop 3 which I had a long time ago. If you brush it one way the pixels of the part really close can be carried over and cause a mess. Reset and swipe it in the opposite direction being careful not to touch a different colour. I finally bought the program outright as I like to fix up photos to my liking. That's enough of a recommendation at this time.
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