Did you possibly mean imprinting?
“The cleaners 'chemical gels, scientific "inpainting," and acriloid sealants create a "new" artist who's easier to take.”
“Experts carefully began vacuuming destructive dust from the paintings, repairing tears and "inpainting" damaged areas so it appears nothing happened, Smithsonian conservator Hugh Shockey wrote on his blog.”
“With a provenance from Wally Findlay Galleries, New York #32762, the surface showed no inpainting under ultra violet light.”
“Image and video inpainting Art restoration using fluid dynamics theory.”
“By contrast, a software program like PhotoShop digitizes the process but doesn't change the essentials of inpainting.”
“For the Navy, apart from correcting faulty images, this new form of inpainting could dramatically cut back bandwidth demands in the field by having crude blocks of basic information sent from a source, with a machine on the receiving end sharpening and filling the image with the algorithm.”
“• You can change area boundary which used in inpainting (rectangular area around selection, with resize handles).”
“GREYCstoreGUI is as the name states a handy and quite easy to use graphical user interface for GREYCstoration, an application for restoring, inpainting and resizing images using an intelligent smoothing algorithm that preserves the details but removes the defects.”
“General inpainting used to be very difficult, but digital post-processing tools like GREYCstoration and GIMP's "smart-remove-selection" plug-in (both freely available) automate the process, and manual inpainting using "healing" tools and custom brushes is fairly easy.”
“The inpainting should be either described in the text or shown by submitting an image that contains both before and after photos.”
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