IntuImage is a little software experiment in the field of content aware image resizing methods. Such methods may produce amazing results. For an example, you may shrink the image width by a half and keep the original proportions of the important image elements. Watch this YouTube video to learn basic concept of this interesting technique.
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The program works great for image resizing. The video demonstrated features that I was not able to activate. Tor example a menu seemed to be activated by a right mouse click. I was not able to find any way to activate this menu. It was used in the example of removing people from pictures. Possibly the program is not fully functional using Windows Vista operating system.
Hopefully there will be some documentation available but I have not been able to locate it. I was not able to connect to http://www.intuimage.com/. The server timed out. I will try again later.
I found a more complete version of the software about a year later. it Is called Liquid Resize.
The new version has more of the functions that were demonstrated in the video above. One very helpful feature is the ability to re size the the preview of the image that you are looking at. Another is the erase mask.
I have not determined if there is a function for erasing objects in an image without having to re size.
Unfortunately the development of this product has been discontinued. The project has been bought out by OnOne software. http://www.ononesoftware.com/ They are making plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop.
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