ebsynth is a versatile tool for by-example synthesis of images. It can be used for a variety of image synthesis tasks, including guided texture synthesis, artistic style transfer, content-aware inpainting and super-resolution.
The focus of ebsynth is on preserving the fidelity of the source material. Unlike other recent approaches, ebsynthdoesn’t rely on neural networks. Instead, it uses a state-of-the-art implementation of non-parametric texture synthesis algorithms. Thanks to its patch-based nature, ebsynth produces crisp results, which preserve all the fine detail present in the original image.
The English documentation isn’t available yet (the original is in Russian). The AXMA editor runs both online and in a downloadable standalone version for Windows, OsX, and Linux.
A pro-account allows export of HTML and modification of the exported website code.