AKVIS Artifact Remover AI Tutorial: Program Workspace

Workspace

AKVIS Artifact Remover AI can work independently as a standalone program as well as a plug-in to a photo editor.

 

The AKVIS Artifact Remover AI workspace looks like this:

Workspace of AKVIS Artifact Remover AI

 

The left part of the program's window is taken by the Image Window with two tabs - Before and After. The Before tab shows the original image, the After tab shows the result.

To switch between the tabs and compare the original and the resulting images, just left-click on any point of the image.

You can select how Image Window and Before/After tabs will be shown by adjusting the Image View Modes in the bottom part of the left panel.

View Modes

 

In the upper part of the program's window you can see the Control Panel and the following controls:

 

To the left of the main window there is the Toolbar.

 

Navigate and scale the image using the Navigator. The frame in the Navigator surrounds the area of the image which is visible in the Image Window; the area outside of the frame will be shaded. The frame can be dragged, thereby changing the visible portion of the image. To move the frame, place the cursor within it, left click the mouse, and then drag.

Navigator

Use the slider to scale the image in the Image Window. When you move the slider to the right, the image scale increases. When you move the slider to the left, the image scale decreases.

To scroll the image in the Image Window you can press the spacebar on the keyboard and drag the image with the left mouse button. Use the scroll wheel of the mouse to move the image up/down, by keeping the Ctrl key pressed (Mac: ) – to the left/to the right, by keeping the Alt key pressed (Mac: Option) − scale the image. Right-click on the scroll bar to activate the quick navigation menu.

You can also change the image scale by entering a new coefficient into the scale field and pressing the button Enter (Return in Mac). The drop-down menu shows some frequently used coefficients.

You can use hot-keys to change the image scale + and Ctrl++ (++ in Mac) to increase the image scale and - and Ctrl+- (+- in Mac) to reduce the scale.

 

Below the Navigator is the Settings Panel where you can adjust settings.

Under the Settings Panel you can see Hints for the parameters and buttons when you hover over them with the cursor. You can choose where the hints will be shown or hide them in the program's Preferences.

 

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