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    Default Re: Depixelate

    Quote Originally Posted by raymondnkwuda View Post
    I think, it is compatible with Photoshop as a plugin
    I use it with PaintShop Pro, but it should work with Xara.

    For Deblurring or sharpening, there is a program called Blurity. I've used it once. You may want to try it.
    John
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    Default Re: Depixelate

    Quote Originally Posted by browj2 View Post
    I use it with PaintShop Pro, but it should work with Xara.

    For Deblurring or sharpening, there is a program called Blurity. I've used it once. You may want to try it.
    Okay,
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    Default Re: Depixelate

    Quote Originally Posted by browj2 View Post
    I use it with PaintShop Pro, but it should work with Xara.

    For Deblurring or sharpening, there is a program called Blurity. I've used it once. You may want to try it.
    I tried downloading the software but the requirements is beyond the capacity of my system.

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    Default Re: Depixelate

    Anything is possible in Xara. Here I've blurred one side of the image to give the effect of a mist rolling in. Done
    quickly but I could have done a better job but it shows what Xara is capable of.

    Stygg
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    Default Re: Depixelate

    Quote Originally Posted by stygg2003 View Post
    Anything is possible in Xara. Here I've blurred one side of the image to give the effect of a mist rolling in. Done
    quickly but I could have done a better job but it shows what Xara is capable of.

    Stygg
    The OP had the opposite problem - putting detail in where it's blurred.

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    Default Re: Depixelate

    if what you have is a blur then you can 'sharpen the blur'... that is all you can do... no program can process information that is not actually there, not even xara [sorry stygg] - so you may get something meaningfull when you sharpen, and you may not - what you will not get is the original.. how close you get depends on how much blur there is
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    Default Re: Depixelate

    Topaz have a fairly new tool called Sharpen AI. I Haven't tried it myself but it looks impressive. It might be overkill with the price unless it's something you'd use often though.
    XT-CMS - A CMS that works with Xara - Xara + CMS Demo with blog & shopping cart.

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    Default Re: Depixelate

    Quote Originally Posted by raymondnkwuda View Post
    I tried downloading the software but the requirements is beyond the capacity of my system.
    I was surprised when I saw this because Blurity is a small program. I only just now looked at the requirements:
    Windows system requirements:
    Windows XP or newer
    4 GB of system RAM (8 GB recommended)
    Processor made after 2004 (Intel strongly recommended)
    500 MB available drive space

    If your computer can't handle this, it definitely can't handle Xara.

    For those who think deblurring can't be done, I suggest that you take a look at the Blurity site. It doesn't work in all cases, but it can do some magic.
    John
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    Default Re: Depixelate

    good examples of 'how close you get depends on how much blur there is '
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