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Image denoising and interpolation

Posted on Mar 05 2007, 13:15 in category "Goodies" [ Permalink | 0 comments ]
Tags:  graphics   tools 

Learned today about an open-source command line image denoising and interpolation tool named GREYCstoration. Its new version (2.5) has just been released and the examples of what it can do look really impressive. The tool is not only capable of removing the noise from various types of images, but it can also be used to perform certain types of image restoration, like removing a bird cage or a text written on top of a photograph, and to create certain artistic effects. Read more on Slashdot >

Update: Precompiled binaries are only available for Mac OS X machines on PPC platform. Sigh...

Updated on October 12, 2009: The project has been superseded by G'MIC – GREYC's Magic Image Converter project! It's still free and is now available as a GIMP plug-in.

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