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DxO PhotoLab 4 Introduced With Improved Denoise Function

DxO has launched version for of its popular photo editing software PhotoLab with improved tools and a better workspace.

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DxO PhotoLab 4 workspace

 

DxO PhotoLab 4 has landed and it with comes improved denoising, a better interface, simpler workflow, auto watermarking and a batch renaming feature in the photo library. 

 

Better Noise Removal

DeepPRIME is the name given to the tool that uses AI to remove digital noise and when compared with DxO PRIME, DxO’s previous denoising algorithm, DxO DeepPRIME delivers a gain of around two ISO sensitivity values.

 

Improved Workspace

As well as an improved noise removal tool, PhotoLab users also get a new smart workspace where tools can be viewed by correction type, display their pre-selected favourite palettes, or only show palettes with activated corrections. In addition, DxO Smart Workspace can also instantly open the desired palette when users search for a tool in a dedicated search field.

 

Faster Workflow

In the photo library, users can now edit the names of multiple files in a single step and the new history palette, which can be viewed when editing photos, lists all corrections applied to an image in chronological order so you can go back to a previous edit. It also displays the editing values next to each state of the image as well as the difference compared to previous values. Plus, batch processing is now available so edits can be applied to multiple images. 

 

DxO PhotoLab 4 watermarking

 

Watermarking

Another new tool which has been added to DxO PhotoLab 4 is the Instant Watermarking tool which lets users embed a text and/or image in one or several photos at the same time. The placement, orientation, scale, margins, and opacity of the watermark are fully configurable and 7 blend modes are also available.

 

New Camera Support
DxO PhotoLab 4 continues to add the latest cameras to the list of equipment it supports. It has added support for the Canon EOS R5, EOS R6, and EOS 850D, the Nikon D6 and Z5; the Olympus OM- D E-M10 Mark IV; and the Panasonic Lumix S5 cameras. More than 60,000 camera and lens combinations are now available.

 

Price and Availability
The ESSENTIAL and ELITE editions of DxO PhotoLab 4 (PC and Mac) are now available for download for the following launch prices until 19 November 19 2020:

  • DxO PhotoLab 4 ESSENTIAL Edition: £86.99 instead of £112
  • DxO PhotoLab 4 ELITE Edition: £129.99 instead of £169

 

To see what we thought of version 3 of PhotoLab from DxO, have a read of our review

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