If you are comfortable with Python and neural networks, you could implement
RedNet or a similar autoencoder architecture to do the job.
On Thu, Dec 2, 2021 at 12:20 PM Brian Holda <
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> Haha, good points Erich. Upon further research, it looks like it may only
> be available to subscribers (as you guessed): Photoshop comes to the web
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> On Thu, Dec 2, 2021 at 11:45 AM Hammer, Erich F <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > On Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 09:51, Brian Holda eloquently inscribed:
> > > Also, I heard photoshop will have a free in-the-browser version. Anyone
> > > know more on the details of that?
> > Adobe giving away some of their cash cow for free?? That will happen
> > pigs fly, so I wouldn't bet the farm on that one! (I'm on a roll there.
> > For 95+% of "normal" users (i.e. not full-time graphics professionals),
> > Paint.Net will do everything they think they need Photoshop for and for
> > free. From a sysadmin viewpoint, Adobe products are nothing but trouble.
> > Thus, if Adobe does actually offer features via the web for free that
> > aren't possible through other, more sysadmin-friendly software, they will
> > lose a LOT of business because sysadmins will push to drop Photoshop
> like a
> > hot potato (and save $$$ in the process).
> > Erich