iResizer 2.1

iResizer scales an image without changing important visual content such as people, buildings, animals, etc. While normal resizing affects all pixels uniformly when scaling an image, iResizer resizing mostly affects pixels in areas that do not have important visual content.
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153 votes Vote

Add the ability to lock the aspect ratio when changing the aspect ratio of an image so as to keep the proportions correct. - this is an essential pre-requisite for such a tool

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:17
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83 votes Vote

Please include a CLOSE IMAGE button on the toolbar and a CLOSE IMAGE on the FILE menu so I can close an image but not close the program and not open another image. As is, one cannot clear the work area without exiting and restarting the app.

twinz, 10.05.2012, 08:40
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63 votes Vote

Enable the brush size to go down to 1 pixel in size - this is essential for fine tuning selections

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:14
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50 votes Vote

Make the undo progressive, so that if you make a mistake while marking a large area you can undo only a small part.

Maniac, 10.05.2012, 10:19
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40 votes Vote

Combine all of your image editing software for example Inpaint, WebInpaint and BatchInpaint into one suite of tools rater than selling them separately.

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:27
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35 votes Vote

Create a portable version of this software.

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:21
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28 votes Vote

Most freeware image editors can do similar tricks; either sell this for a few dollars or convert it to Freeware.

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:25
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18 votes Vote

Include an integrated help file with links to video tutorials

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:12
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18 votes Vote

Include some decent selection tools such as a clone tool, eraser brush as well as a decent set of brush styles.

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:13
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17 votes Vote

Add a flood/fill feature. This is useful after outlining an object as important/unimportant, so you can just mark the interior.

Maniac, 10.05.2012, 10:18
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13 votes Vote

Enable this program to be used as an add-on/plug-in to other fully featured image editing programs both commercial and open source/freeware.

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:15
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11 votes Vote

you open the free verion to full verion so we can see the real outcome ,you can't even save a picture with the verion you offer us to try .

Doug, 10.05.2012, 09:27
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10 votes Vote

Save as with preferences, like compression settings

Diego, 10.05.2012, 13:22
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9 votes Vote

Most freeware image editors can do similar tricks; either sell this for a few dollars or convert it to Freeware.

Including this on your web site as freeware and via other sources such as CNet etc may bring in more potential purchasers of your other software.
Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 09:41
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9 votes Vote

Many free programmes do the same...better add some features

Ronald Franklin, 10.05.2012, 10:39
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8 votes Vote

During resizing, just before it starts, make the circle visible for more satisfactory functionality. In addition, make its slider longer and the circle's increase/decrease slower for easier fine-tuning.

Steve Solomon, 10.05.2012, 13:17
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8 votes Vote

Inclue the ability to edit multiple images (i.e. a batch feature) with only a few key strokes.

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:19
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8 votes Vote

Add the ability to create macros of common edit functions.

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:20
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8 votes Vote

As already stated, this software is ABSOLUTELY useless without the ability to preserve aspect ratio while resizing.

Paul D, 10.05.2012, 17:56
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7 votes Vote

Include several new skins to completely ovrhaul the look of the GUI and also include the ability to change the color using a color picker or swatch.

Whiterabbit-uk, 10.05.2012, 08:20
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1 vote Vote

Have a choice of output formats

Joel, 10.05.2012, 17:45
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0 votes Vote

improve scaling algorithm: straight line (marked as important) got wavy when resizing to 16:9 wide display

grage, 10.05.2012, 19:23
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