Re: [Gimp-user] Resynthezier: can't make it work

Response is bottom posted:

On 11/15/2012 01:24 PM, Dexter Filmore wrote:
I can't indeed. Pointers appreciated.

Am Thursday 15 November 2012 19:40:15 schrieb Jim:
I actually spent an enormous amount of time figuring out steps to get it
to work.  I haven't been using gimp much the past couple of years and
don't remember offhand how to do it, but it isn't intuitive at all.  I
did post the solution to the gimp add-on download site.

Email me if you can't find it and I'll try to help.



On 11/15/2012 12:14 PM, Dexter Filmore wrote:
Suse 12.2, gimp 2.8-git branch installed in ~/gimp, compiled resynth-git
prefixed there, too.
Can call "heal selection" and Resynthesize, but the do nothing.

Example: I have a white square with one corner missing, the corner shows
alpha. Now I select all the alpha, then call filter-map-resynth, tell it
to look 50pixel further, run it, it calculates for a minute, munches cpu
and all, and then...
The layer is correct, it has an alpha channel, alpha is not locked.
Tried both heal and resynth.


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After all the replies, I'm a bit confused about the exact problem you are having. If it is the problem I and others have had that the plugin just plain doesn't work per instructions, you can probably find the answer at:

I wrote a part of that page on how I got it to work with these notes:


I think I found the combination that I found before I lost all my notes when my system / hard drives crashed.

1. Select a RECTANGULAR area you want to take the sample from. This is NOT the texture source sample and my notes do not cover textures.

2. "edit->copy"

3. "edit->paste as->new image"

4. Switch to the new image.

5. Go to the layers window

6. Remove the alpha layer - The critical piece

7. Go back to the image you are editing. Select a target area you want to fill with the sample from step 1.

8. Now "filters->map->resynthesize" should allow you to select the newly created source image.

This works on SuSE Linux 11.1 with resynthesize v. 0.16-1.2


If you are having a compile / crash problem, then the answer lies elsewhere.

Good luck,


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