Tutorial Translation Automatic Mangas, Doujins, Manhwas, comics in minutes (and good reduction Noise)

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Ballons Translator

Yoi no Hana.jpg
  • Fully automated translation
    • Support automatic text-detection, recognition, removal(cleaning), and translation.
  • Image editing
    • Support mask editing & inpainting (something like spot healing brush tool in PS)
    • Adapted to images with extreme aspect ratio such as webtoons
  • Text editing
    • Support rich text formatting and text style presets, translated texts can be edited interactively.
    • Support search & replace
    • Support export/import to/from word document

BallonTranslator.jpg

Installation Windows​

(If you don't want to install Python and Git by yourself and have access to the Internet)
Download BallonsTranslator_dev_src_with_gitpython.7z from MEGA or Google Drive, unzip it and run launch_win.bat.

Usage
1.- Load Directory Images
2.- set in options, Translator
3.- Click the Run button and wait for the process to complete.. (check Enable Text Dection, OCR ,Translation, Inpainting)
4.- Check new folder "result" in your directory images (step 1)



BallonTranslator_options.jpg



Yoi no Hana.jpg



Inpaint

rect_tool.gif



OCR (regions)
ocrselected.gif
 
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Reduction Noise (Remove Screentone)

www.openimagedenoise.org
imagemagick.org
www.gimp.org

Sugarbt - Ai ga Nakutemo Ecchi wa Dekiru_ScreenTonevsDenoise.jpg


Yoi no Hana - ScreenTones.jpg



Steps:
1.- Convert your image to pfm (Use Gimp)
2.- Run Command oidnDenoise.exe with option --filter RTLightmap
3.- Convert pfm to image (Use Gimp webp, jpg, png)


Tips.
Very large images can cause the filter is not working properly, and very small images can remove a lot of detail.
Between 1000 and 1400 in width work well

Example imagemagick, (try magick or convert.exe)

Bash:
Imagemagick\convert.exe myimageScreenTone.jpg -strip -colorspace sRGB -type truecolor -endian LSB "myimageScreenTone.pfm"

denoise\oidn\oidnDenoise.exe -ldr "myimageScreenTone.pfm" --filter RTLightmap -o "myimageRemoveScreenTone.pfm"

Imagemagick\convert.exe "myimageRemoveScreenTone.pfm" -depth 8 -quality 100% "myimageRemoveScreenTone.webp"
 
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