Retouch Pilot

Retouch Pilot is a photo retouching software that was designed for removing imperfections from a photo. It allows you to remove small technical imperfections (e.g. scratches, spots from dust particles and hair), that were found in the original image or that appeared while scanning the photo.
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37 votes Vote

Thank you for this great clean up tool! I honestly see nothing that needs improvement after testing on a vintage picture with tears, wrinkles and dirt. Results were perfect and Retouch Pilot proved totally user friendly. Thank You

George Collins, 15.01.2012, 12:40
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29 votes Vote

increase working brush size 50 pixels is way too small for images that are 10MB+

I suggest you increase working brush size 50 pixels is way too small for images that are 10MB+
promytius, 15.01.2012, 14:45
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19 votes Vote

Make it work with 64 bit Adobe Photoshop.

Amy, 15.01.2012, 12:06
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12 votes Vote

Bravo! for self-install in Corel Photopaint plug-in library!

Ed Long, 15.01.2012, 18:19
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10 votes Vote

have a Mac OSx compatible version

Clive, 15.01.2012, 22:08
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7 votes Vote

Please Darken Icon so it is more visible on desktop

Darken Icon so it is more visible on desktop
Jay, 15.01.2012, 19:30
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6 votes Vote

See a Portable Version

Ron Romano, 15.01.2012, 20:20
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4 votes Vote

Make a cheaper liquify-only version for Corel Photopaint users

Corel PhotoPaint users do not have liquify filter. Unfortunately, some, don't have the resources to buy Photoshop, so an exclusive and unexpensive Liquify filter would be a GREAT success.
Sergio, 15.01.2012, 20:25
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Fine Tune the Tools

When choosing brush sizes and other tools allow for manual input for size etc. Even a size window for manual input with up and down arrows.
Oblio, 16.01.2012, 01:31
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Fine Tune the Tools

Allow an manual input for tools. Especially brush size perhaps with a window for manual entry and an up down arrow to be able to re-size brushes and other tools on the fly.
Oblio, 16.01.2012, 01:34
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