Struggling with blurred text after removing it from your image or video? When you try to remove text from images or videos, an annoying blur often gets left behind. This not only harms the quality and professionalism of the image but also disrupts the visual appeal.
The visual impact of an image plays a significant role in consumer behavior, with around 60% of consumers making purchase decisions based solely on the image. Visual content is 43% more persuasive than plain text, so enhancing the visual appeal of your image will have a huge impact on sales. Social media posts are also 3x more likely to be shared and liked when they contain high-quality imagesSource: Zipdo Below are a few simple methods that will teach you how to remove text without blur from images and videos.
How to Remove Text Without Blur For Images
Method 1: Photoshop
To remove text without blur in an image, you can use editing software like Adobe Photoshop. The clone stamp tool, healing brush, or content-aware fill are some features that can remove text without blur. You’ll find these tools on the left-hand side of the toolbar, alternatively, you can use the following keys as shortcuts :
- J Key: Healing Brush
- S Key: Clone Stamp Tool
- L Key: Content-aware Fill
Method 2: Imagewith.AI
Imagewith.AI can remove any unwanted text, background, people, or objects from your photos.
Go to Clearoff, upload your image, select Draw, and draw over the text you want to remove. You can zoom in to get a more precise result.
Before using Clearoff:
After using Clearoff:
As you can see, the unwanted text has been effortlessly removed, leaving no blur behind.
How to Remove Text Without Blur in a Video
To remove text from a video without causing blurring, you can use two different methods: using video software or video inpainting.
We’ll discuss each method in detail:
Method 1: Using Video Editing Software
Step #1: Create a Duplicate Background
Import your video into a professional video editing software such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, or DaVinci Resolve. Create a duplicate layer of the video on a new track, ensuring that the text appears on the top layer.
Step #2: Create a Mask
Use the masking tool to create a mask around the text you want to remove. This can be done using shapes or by manually drawing a mask around the text. The purpose of this mask is to isolate the text from the rest of the video.
Step #3: Track and Keyframe
Apply motion tracking to the mask you created in the previous step. This allows the mask to move with the text throughout the video. Adjust the keyframes as needed to ensure accurate tracking.
Step #4: Restore Background
Once the mask is accurately tracking the text, restore the background in the masked area. You can do this by duplicating nearby background elements, cloning or healing tools, or using content-aware fill features available in some software.
Step #5: Fine-tune
Adjust the restored background to blend seamlessly with the surrounding video, ensuring that there are no visible inconsistencies - you may need to color correct, match grain patterns, or apply additional effects.
Method 2: Using Video Inpainting
Step #1: Identify The Video Frame(s) That Contain The Text You Want To Remove
Watch the video and note down the timestamps or frame numbers where the text appears. This will help you locate the specific frames later.
Step #2: Install a Video Inpainting Software or Library
Some popular options include OpenCV, Adobe After Effects, and DeepFlow-based methods. Research and select the tool that best suits your requirements and familiarity with the software.
Step #3 Import The Video
Launch the software and look for an option to import video files. It is usually located in the file menu or toolbar. Click on Import, navigate to the location where your video file is stored, and import the file.
Step #4: Set Up The Inpainting Parameters
Depending on the tool you're using, there may be various parameters to configure. These parameters control the inpainting algorithm, patch size, fill region, and other settings. Refer to the software documentation or user interface to locate the inpainting parameters. Adjust them according to your preferences and the desired output.
Step #5: Choose The Frame(s) That Contain The Text You Want To Remove
Use the timestamps or frame numbers you noted earlier to locate the specific frames within the video. Most video inpainting software allows you to navigate through the video frames using a timeline or slider. Move to the desired frames that contain the text you wish to remove.
Step #6: Apply The Inpainting Algorithm to the Selected Frames
This process may vary depending on the software you're using, but it typically involves marking the text regions you want to remove. Some software offers manual selection tools, allowing you to draw or highlight the text regions directly on the frames. Others may have automatic text detection capabilities that can identify and select the text regions for you. Follow the instructions provided by the software to mark the text regions accurately and start the inpainting algorithm to remove the text.
Removing text without blur is important as it significantly enhances the quality and professionalism of your image.
Imagewith.AI has built a powerful tool called Clearoff, which allows you to effortlessly eliminate text, objects, people, defects, and watermarks from your images. This highly sophisticated tool ensures seamless removal and enhances the overall appearance of your images.
How Do You Remove A Watermark Without Blur?
You can follow the same steps regardless of what you are removing:
- Open Clearoff.
- Click on Draw.
- Use the drawing tool to cover the area you want to remove (zoom in for more precision)
Can Clearoff Remove Text From A Video?
Clearoff does not edit videos. If you want to know how to remove text from a video without blurring, follow any of the two methods outlined earlier in this article.
What Other Features Does Imagewith.AI Have?
Imagewith.AI boasts a range of impressive features designed to enhance your images quickly and efficiently. These include:
Overscale: This image upscaler tool enhances the resolution of your photos, transforming blurry images into high-definition masterpieces in a matter of seconds.
Clearoff: With this tool, you can effortlessly remove unwanted backgrounds, objects, people, or watermarks from your images. It ensures a clean removal without leaving any blurs behind.
Outcut: This intelligent and precise background remover tool simplifies the process with just one click. It swiftly and accurately removes the background from your images, saving you time and effort.
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