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What is Recolored?

The Recolored software from Bertheussen IT is a program used for digitally recoloring images of various types: it can be used to add color to black and white photos, for example, or to alter the colors of elements in already-colored images. While a great deal of the recoloring is carried out automatically—a great improvement over traditional recoloring methods, which are typically labor- and time-intensive—the program still does expect the user to perform some guidance operations that help its apply its algorithms to the object being recolored. The user specifies color assignations to areas by drawing colored outlines delineating the color to be used for a section, then lets the program apply that color to the image while using the original values (in grayscale, for black and white photos) as a guide for realistic color application and blending.

The software supplies users with a number of presets for color combinations and hues. There are presets for skin tones and wooden materials, for example. It also allows users to convert photos into partly black and white images, leaving user-specified objects/elements of color in the photo.

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File types supported by Recolored

Our users primarily use Recolored to open these file types:

About file types supported by Recolored aims to be the go-to resource for file type- and related software information. We spend countless hours researching various file formats and software that can open, convert, create or otherwise work with those files.

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Last updated: : August 27, 2014