The Resynthesizer plugin is a free, powerful third-party GIMP plugin that allows you to erase large objects from images, among other things. It is most similar to Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill feature – though in my opinion the Resynthesizer works better than this feature (I created a tutorial on the subject which you can watch on my YouTube channel).
In this GIMP Help Article, I’ll show you how to download and install the Resynthesizer plugin for GIMP on Windows. The video version of this tutorial is available directly below, while the Help Article version (available in multiple languages) is below the video. I address downloading and installing the plugin for MAC in this article.
Step 1. Locate the Plugin Download
First, you’ll need to find a safe and reliable link for downloading the Resynthesizer plugin. This is the most challenging part of the process, which is probably why you are reading this article, especially since the GIMP Plugin Registry is now defunct.
Luckily for you, though, I have done the research of finding a reliable download for you.
The original Resynthesizer plugin files can be found on GitHub, which is a developer-centric website where coders can upload source-code to everything from entire apps and software (like GIMP) to plugins. You can click here to be taken to the GitHub page for Resynthesizer.
Step 2. Download the Plugin Files
Now that you are on the Resynthesizer Plugin GitHub page, scroll down until you see the file titled “README.md” (denoted by the red arrow in the photo above). Clicking this link will take you to the “Read Me” document that explains important things about the plugin. The document also includes a link to the actual Plugin Download.
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You can read the article in its entirety, on the official website of https://www.semseo4you.com/how-to-download-and-install-gimp-resythesizer-plugin-for-windows/
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