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Mar 24, 2006, 10:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Paul Harrison's Resynthesizer is a texture-synthesis plugin for the GIMP. Sure, you can use it for simple things like creating seamless, tileable textures, but you can also have it remove any object from a picture and automatically replace it with a synthetic background, with impressively professional-looking results.

"To get started, visit Harrison's Resynthesizer page and download the package. The latest release is 0.13, currently available as source code for Linux and a compiled binary for Windows. The 0.12 release is available as a binary for Mac OS X, and can also be found pre-packaged with Gimpshop..."

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