Photo Background Remover 3.2< のgiveaway は 2018年4月19日
写真背景に落とを明確にデジタルショットから不要な背景をバッチします。 マニュアル除去のための二つのマーカー：赤マーカーを定義するために使用され、背景の地とされ、緑のマーカーを選択し、その滞在に変更されません。 自動背景除去を一切必要としないマニュアル調整プログラムを明らか像そのものです。 このプログラムの特徴透かしを保護します。
Windows 7/ 8/ 10
スケッチを引き出しには写真の編集ソフトウェアツールに変換する写真鉛筆のスケッチします。 このプログラムではユーザーに通常の写真に絶品の鉛筆描きの写真では、両方の黒と白色です。 作成中に、鉛筆デッサンをお選びいただけますの最も好ましい設定としてダウンロードします。 ができる方法を編集写真とSoftOrbits:手動による援助のたプリセットします。 これらのプリセットとして使用できるガイド初心者です。
[#####用]は写真の修正できるユーティリティまで除去可能な透かし模様を得ら、日付印、その他の不要なオブジェクト表示されます。 提供する全自動の過程で、プログラムを使用して知的な修復技術の選択領域の質感から生成されたピクセルの選択は、その欠陥混入りの憩いの画像が自然です。 がわかり時間を正しい用のクローンのツールできる分[#####用]です。
コメント Photo Background Remover 3.2
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Same version as the giveaway last August, (3.2).
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You can get better results of removing background by a simple photo editor than this one.
First this software does not allow pixel by pixel outline,
Second, the shadows from the background falling on the part you want to keep can not be removed,
Third, the part of the background always leave traces on the edges and parts you want to keep can overlap with the parts you are removing.
Better results with any photo editor can be done this way:
Enlarge the part you want to extract, outline it with white marker and then copy it from the image and paste it in a new picture with no background, enlarge the image again and remove the residue from the edges.
This can give you 100 times better results and the extracted part becomes independent from the previous picture and can be inserted in any kind of background you want or leave it as is.
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I downloaded this program last time and I have used it to my satisfaction. This is a beginners software that works well for basics and occasional use to trim something out but it is not aimed at advanced/ professional users who will no doubt use a better and much more expensive software.
The sceret of successful use seems to be to considerably enlarge the picture for the changes and then it looks acceptable when returned to normal size. If the program is used on a normal size picture the results can look quite ragged.
Perhaps I am lucky in that I have never had a problem with Soft Orbit programs ( finger crossed!)
They are a Russian company but then so are Kaspersky who are one of the market leaders in security software.
I am not a supported of Russia in any political sense. Their actions on the world stage are deplorable and I understand if some people refuse to use their products because of this.
Russia has some very good programmers who produce good software. They also seem to have some programmers who use their skills for negative reasons but then so do some other nations as evidenced by the recent Facebook scandal.
There is a capacity for any software to include harmful elements which means that there is a risk using ANY software. To be honest I do not know who to trust so my policy is to be as careful as I can in the source, software, installation and permissions.
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Peter: Worrying about a software publisher's CoO (Country of Origin) isn't worth it. Many publishers can, and do, obfuscate details of their website domains and cite office locations in an entirely different country. Some software publishers don't even exist: they're the trading fronts of a single producer offering re-badged products. Others charge tax on goods bought even though they pocket that tax. The list goes on . . .
Your fears in regard to Russia are a latter-day reflection of those about China, when it was (allegedly) the Evil Empire. A degree of paranoia also existed about former Soviet bloc countries as well as India.
Yet as you rightly say, there are some superb Russian developers. Just as there are some superb Chinese developers. Ditto former Soviet bloc and India. Unless it's a verifiable fact that any software I'm about to try comes from North Korea, then I'll just exercise routine prudence and not bother about CoO.
As to today's offer: you're correct about the need -- always -- to enlarge images when doing this kind of work. It's also wise to check out different developers (regardless of origin) because a user's success greatly depends on how clever a developer's algorithm might be. Despite the proliferation of pixel-shifting / seam-carving software out there, not all programs offer the same performance because not all developers have the same ability.
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