A Must Watch for PhotoShop Users

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    Sneak peek of Content-Aware Fill in Photoshop

    Bryan O'Neil Hughes shows off some rather eye-popping (if we may say so) technology for synthesizing texture inside a future version of Photoshop

    The demo starts with some small pieces, so if you're short on time, jump to about the 2:50 mark (halfway point) for the more impressive stuff. I've been getting great results filling in missing areas around a panorama, as Bryan shows at the 4-minute mark. Full-screen viewing makes it easier to see the details.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH0aEp1oDOI]YouTube - Content-Aware Fill Sneak Peek[/ame]
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    thanks for the link... that is awesome... I still have CS3, but I may update if the new PS includes this feature.
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    I'm pretty sure that is all in CS4
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    I believe that feature will be in the next version of photoshop.. v5 maybe?
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    I know content aware scaling is in CS4....I don't have much experience tho...I tried cs4 and a LOT had changed and I couldn't figure out some really simple operations, so I just stayed with CS3 for the rare occasions I need to use PS. I am a compositor by trade tho, and tend to do all my paint work in Nuke.
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    That's pretty cool stuff. I'm still on CS3 too and would upgrade for that feature alone.
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    All of this is already in CS4 , i have it in Both PC & mac , and nothing to compare with CS3

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