DxO denoises PhotoLab 6 and straightens ViewPoint 4

Like last year, this October DxO is launching its traditional annual update of DxO PhotoLab as well as a new version of a software which had not evolved for years, in this case DxO ViewPoint.

DxO PhotoLab 6

The French publisher has improved what makes its photo software famous, namely its denoising tool. This tool is available in an additional mode, DeepPrime XD, more advanced which is even better able to remove noise, extract details and restore colors from RAW files. This mode, which takes advantage of artificial intelligence technologies, is also more resource intensive than the standard DeepPrime, which is why the latter remains available. DeepPrime XD is recommended especially for high ISO sensitivity images.

Color management has also been tweaked in DxO PhotoLab 6. The application has a new extended color profile, the DxO Wide Gamut, and a soft proofing function to check color reproduction on another support.

The software is enriched with a ReTouch tool that allows you to hide unwanted elements by cloning another part of the image. The pick source can be changed by flipping, rotating or scaling. Finally, the Photo Library part has been improved with support for additional Exif and IPTC metadata, project hierarchy and color labels.

The Essential edition of DxO PhotoLab is sold for €139 and the Elite edition for €219 with a perpetual license. Unlike previous years, there is no temporary discount at launch. Even if its price is lower, the Essential edition is less attractive than the Elite because it lacks features that make DxO software so interesting, in particular the DeepPrime tools. It is all the less interesting as it is included with the Nik Collection 5 which costs only 10 € more. Holders of DxO PhotoLab 4 or 5 benefit from a preferential rate for the upgrade. A trial version valid for one month is available.

DxO ViewPoint 4

After updating FilmPack last year, DxO has updated ViewPoint, its geometry and perspective correction software. The new version runs natively on the Apple Silicon architecture and welcomes the new Reshape tool which allows you to very finely realign parts of your photos using an adjustable grid.

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In addition, DxO ViewPoint 4 now offers the possibility of inverting and rotating images, of straightening the horizon directly in the Crop tool and of applying guides to better adjust straight lines. The software can be used either standalone, or as a palette in DxO PhotoLab, or even as a plug-in in Photoshop and Lightroom Classic.

The perpetual license of DxO ViewPoint 4 is sold for €99 and the upgrade from version 3 costs €59. A trial version valid for one month is available on the DxO website.

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DxO denoises PhotoLab 6 and straightens ViewPoint 4


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