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  • #91
    Hi there! What's my mistake? Here is a original image https://i.imgur.com/65m9Wfm.jpg and after https://i.imgur.com/jYoWlmV.jpg
    Photo have been maded even worse than was before. Or im doing something wrong? Show me please how this image can be edit (pattern screenshot and final image) by professional like you, thanks

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    • #92
      Originally posted by zoomed View Post
      Hi there! What's my mistake? Here is a original image https://i.imgur.com/65m9Wfm.jpg and after https://i.imgur.com/jYoWlmV.jpg
      Photo have been maded even worse than was before. Or im doing something wrong? Show me please how this image can be edit (pattern screenshot and final image) by professional like you, thanks
      Zoomed,
      I think that you followed directions but the result is poor.
      How was this image created? Did someone merge two shots together? If so, do you have the pre-merged images? I'm concerned that in merging the pattern is no longer consistent.
      Can you send me the earliest version of the pre-merged images? The lighting difference between the two halves is too much and needs to be handled before the Pattern Suppression and then the merge. Are there RAW camera files? That would be best.

      RONC
      Last edited by Ron Chambers; 09-29-2019, 03:34 PM.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by zoomed View Post
        Hi there! What's my mistake? Here is a original image https://i.imgur.com/65m9Wfm.jpg and after https://i.imgur.com/jYoWlmV.jpg
        Photo have been maded even worse than was before. Or im doing something wrong? Show me please how this image can be edit (pattern screenshot and final image) by professional like you, thanks
        Look at this attempt: https://imgur.com/a/viOE2TL Should be five images: Before, Pattern Suppression, Pattern Suppression + DeNoise, Pattern Suppression + DeNoise + Content Aware Fill, and the are I chose for the filter to leave alone.

        Let me know what you think.


        RONC
        Last edited by Ron Chambers; 09-29-2019, 07:14 PM.

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        • #94
          Btw, v2.5 works without any flaws in Photoshop 2020 (21.0.1 20191106.r.47) on Windows 10 Pro.

          Thank you so very, very much for all your awesome work!!

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          • #95
            Hi guys, just wanted to chime in and say thanks for the great plugin.

            I did however run into an issue with installation and thought I'd just share this here in case anyone else runs into the same problem. I had installed this on a Mac for Photoshop 2019 and was having trouble running the action, getting the 'filter not found' error and true to it's word, the filters weren't present in the filter menu despite being properly located in the plugin folder.

            I did some troubleshooting and found that the file permissions needed to be set to allow me to read and write. Once I done that all worked perfectly.

            Hope this helps someone else…

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            • #96
              I did some troubleshooting and found that the file permissions needed to be set to allow me to read and write. Once I done that all worked perfectly.
              For the plugin-files I presume? Unfortunately I no longer have a Mac to test on. If someone else here on Mac could test the plugins and verify this that would be great!

              ---

              Ps: Windows-plugins have been updated. They are now a bit faster due to multi-threading.

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              • #97
                Hi, will the plugin work with Photoshop Elements?

                thanks,

                Pete.

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                • #98
                  No. It is for regular Photoshop only.

                  A trial can be downloaded from Adobe if you want to try it.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by Chain View Post
                    No. It is for regular Photoshop only.

                    A trial can be downloaded from Adobe if you want to try it.
                    Thanks, Chain, much appreciated, Pete.

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                    • Dale Murphy wrote a brief paper for his photography club regarding the Pattern Suppressor.

                      It can be found in the attached link.

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                      • Schermafbeelding 2020-02-27 om 13.59.34.png
                        Dear Chain,Schermafbeelding 2020-02-27 om 13.59.52.png

                        Today I downloaded the Pattern Suppressor v2.6 program according to the requirements in the description.
                        The moment I use the program on a screened photo I get the message that the filters are not available. I have enclosed the screenshots below, including the translation.
                        Screenshot 2 came up 3 times when I pressed on anulate.
                        I use Photoshop cc 2020 on a Mac Pro with OS Catalina.
                        What could have gone wrong and how can I fix it?
                        Thanks in advance
                        Sincerely,
                        Jan

                        Ft2DS.plugin cannot be opened because the developer cannot be verified.

                        macOs cannot verify that this app contains malware.

                        Safari downloaded this file today at 10:45 AM from www.dropbox.com
                        Attached Files

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                        • This is because your OS has some strict rules for running software unless it's from known publishers or via Apple's own closed app store. You will get the same warning for lots of apps you download... It became even stricter in Sierra and they even removed the GUI option to allow running whatever software you want! We are individuals doing this in our spare time, and no way we are going to figure out how many hoops we'd have to jump through to be "verfied" in Apple's eyes. I don't even have a Mac to test on.


                          Anyway, this is easy enough to bypass. Read everything you need here (or just google it):
                          http://macworld.co.uk/how-to/mac-sof...loper-3669596/

                          You should then be able to use those plugin-files.

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                          • To be honest, this is magic, thank you very much

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                            • Thank you for your hard work
                              The problem I encountered was a large file with insufficient memory

                              For example, in Photoshop, if you create a new file, 120 * 160cm, 300dpi, 16bit RGB, you will be prompted that there is not enough memory

                              However, 120 * 150cm, 300dpi, 16bit RGB can be handled normally

                              Usually, the file size I need to process is 230 * 450cm, 300dpi, 16bit RGB

                              Try version 2.5 code on GitHub,Visual Studio 2019, x64 bit recompiling, same fails

                              If you have time, please help me out from this limitation. Thank you again

                              ---------------

                              PS: my computer memory is 256g


                              Adobe Photoshop version: 22.0.0 20200818.m.1012 2020 / 08 / 18: f82f433761 x64
                              Number of starts: 89
                              Operating system: Windows 10 64 bit
                              Version: 10 or higher version 10.0.17763.475
                              System structure: Intel CPU family: 6, model: 15, level: 2, with MMX extension instruction set, SSE integer, SSE floating point, SSE2, sse3, sse4.1, sse4.2, AVX, avx2, hyper threading
                              Number of physical processors: 24
                              Number of logical processors: 48
                              Processor speed: 2494 MHz

                              Built in memory: 262066 MB
                              Free memory: 240197 MB
                              Available memory for Photoshop: 240197 MB
                              Memory occupied by Photoshop: 100%

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                              • 230*450 cm @ 300 PPI equals 27165*53150 px. At 16 bits/channel this is just over 8 GB of image data for a simple flat RGB image.
                                If something is to be printed the size of a wall (four and a half meters high?!), you typically don't need anything nearly as high as 300 PPI. 300 PPI is typically what we aim for with prints where the viewer will have their nose real close to the paper studying the images. When scanning/photographing an original with a repeating texture in the material, I can't imagine what original you have that is 230*450 cm? Archival photos of really large artworks? ...but then you'd want to preserve the structure? If it's not a scan, but created from scratch on the computer, then you can typically avoid adding a repeating pattern in the first place so you would not need the Pattern Suppressor.If a mosaic of multiple images, you'd run the filter on the individual tiles before combining.

                                What are you working on? I'm curious as I can't think of anything that makes sense.

                                256 GB of memory should be enough for a lot of heavy lifting, and it's possible it's not actually running full.
                                Hopefully Ron Chambers can chime on how much memory the filters theoretically require when transforming an image, and generally what happens with extreme sizes or when memory runs full.

                                ---

                                I did some tests (CC2020, Windows, 16 GB of RAM, 16-bit image, Ft2DH filter):

                                At exactly 18919x18919 px and above I get the "not enough memory" error. I also encountered Ps instantly crashing sometimes at more extreme sizes.
                                At exactly 32768x32768 px and above I stop getting any error message, and the filter simply doesn't run. This might be the current max limit?

                                Would be nice if someone could check on a different system.

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