GIMP Resynthesizer is a Plugin you cannot live a day without. it offers you options to adjust Context Sampling Width (in pixels) and Filling. GIMP has had a "Content Aware Fill" for years before Adobe tried it in Photoshop. Using Resynthesizer and the Heal Selection script to remove. The useful "Content Aware Fill" feature that showed up in Photoshop CS5 actually originated as a GIMP plugin called "Resynthesizer." It allows. Yes, there is a "resynthesize" plugin. It is available from the Gimp registry ( possibly here). But the best way to install it are: on Linux (at least for. There is a plugin call Resynthesizer which you can install. You have to install this feature separately because the Gimp developers have never. I think it's now a better option for me, check out the post here: Getting Around in GIMP - G'MIC Inpainting (Content Aware Fill). In this GIMP tutorial, I show you why GIMP's Resynthesizer Plugin (and the tool that comes with it) is better than Photoshop's Content Aware Fill feature!. Does Gimp Support Content Aware Fill? After Googling, I found there is a Gimp plugin Resynthesizer, which was written by Dr Paul Harrison. While many people may have heard of Adobes "Content Aware Fill" for PS Using Resynthesizer and a script for GIMP called "Heal Selection".