GIMP: how to remove any part of an image without being noticed

The other day I came across an interesting extension guidance on GIMP allowing remove objects or people of a image automatically.


You simply have to have GIMP and the Resynthesizer extension installed. To install the latter, open a terminal and run:

sudo apt-get install gimp-resynthesizer

All that remains is to follow the instructions shown in the following video.

Source: ubunlog


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  1.   Isaiah Gätjens M said

    Make sure you have correctly installed the gimp-resynthesizer package, in case you have the GIMP open you have to completely close it and reopen it for it to load the new plugins.

    I hope these indications help you, greetings.

  2.   Alfonso said

    When I put the mouse pointer on Enhance, I don't have the option to Smart remove selection. Do you know how I could have it? Thank you.

  3.   Fredy said

    What a good contribution. It is appreciated, now we are going to put it into practice to see so much wonder.

  4.   Alejandro said

    Let's try it, if it works as shown in the article it will be really great !!!
    Thanks for the input.

  5.   Agustin Diaz said

    Uh, I was just looking for info on this last Friday xD

  6.   Victor said

    Thank you

  7.   Let's use Linux said

    Exactly!

  8.   Alfonso said

    I already have it

  9.   Let's use Linux said

    I suggest you visit the official page of the project: http://www.logarithmic.net/pfh/resynthesizer

    There you will find the source code of the extension. Yes, in Fedora you will have to install it by hand. Still, I think there is also an old package for Fedora.

    Cheers! Paul.

  10.   JOSHUA said

    thanks 😀

  11.   JOSHUA said

    and to install it on fedora?