DxO PhotoLab v1.2.2 Build 3239Program Type:
English, French, German, JapanesePlatform:
Windows 7 SP1/8.1/10, 64-bit ONLYFile Size:
322.82MbDxO PhotoLab (ранее называвшаяся DxO Optics Pro)
- профессиональная программа для улучшения и корректировки вашей коллекции цифровых фотографий, обладающая многими прогрессивными технологиями, с помощью которых можно отрегулировать яркость, контрастность, цветовой баланс, устранить искажения и повысить четкость изображений, исправить цвета и экспозицию по краям и в углах фотографии, отрегулировать баланс белого цвета с учётом цветовой температуры и многое другое.
--------------------------------------DxO PhotoLab (formerly DxO Optics Pro)
- image quality processing software of reference for all demanding photographers. DxO PhotoLab introduces a comprehensive local retouching solution that is fully integrated into a non-destructive RAW workflow and includes former Nik Software's U Point technology; an auto mask brush; a graduated filter; and a new Repair tool. In addition to these brandnew features, its RAW-file automatic Lens Sharpness correction feature has also been dramatically enhanced.DxO OpticsPro becomes DxO PhotoLab
First released thirteen years ago, DxO OpticsPro revolutionized image processing with the first software-based optical corrections based on laboratory-grade mathematical models. Today DxO OpticsPro represents a complete RAW conversion solution that has far outgrown its initial scope, with unique features like DxO PRIME, the gold standard in noise reduction technology, and DxO Smart Lighting, an intelligent exposure tool. By adding powerful local adjustment tools, DxO OpticsPro now gives photographers new creative opportunities and ushers in a new era. Thus, DxO is proud to highlight this important evolution by giving its award-winning software a new name that reflects its power and versatility: DxO PhotoLab.Key features in DxO PhotoLab
• Produce RAW and JPEG images with the best image quality: DxO PhotoLab provides a complete set of smart assisted corrections that you can manually fine-tune at any time
• DxO Smart Lighting tool optimizes the dynamic range of your image and brings out the details from both under- and overexposed areas.
• DxO Clearview intelligently boosts local contrast and effectively removes distant haze.
• DxO PRIME automatically denoises high ISO RAW images and recovers accurate details and colors based on our exclusive algorithms.
• Optical corrections: Leverage your gear with tailored automatic corrections based on DxO’s renowned scientific expertise in measurement and calibration.
• Lens sharpness: Enhance image sharpness even for noisy and high ISO pictures, thanks to tailored automatic lens calibration algorithms.
• Local adjustments introducing U-POINT: With Control Points, manually select your editing area by simply clicking on the part of your image you want to adjust.
• Brush: Paint specific areas you need to adjust, and fine-tune the settings according to your needs.
• Graduated filters: Simulate graduated ND Filters and locally adjust exposure, contrast, vibrancy, and other settings.
• Automatic Repair tool: Remove undesired elements from your image and enjoy faster processing and seamless image results.U Point Technology
Based on Control Points, U Point technology lets you make precise selections with little effort:
1. Set a Control Point over the area to adjust – this selects all pixels with similar color within an adjustable radius.
2. If necessary, set additional Control Points to extend your selection, or set a Neutral Point to exclude an area.
3. Use the adjustment sliders over the image to set exposure, contrast, microcontrast, vibrancy, sharpness, blur, and white balance within the selected area.
To access Control Points and other local adjustment tools, click on the “Local adjustments” button in the main toolbar.Local Adjustment Tools
DxO PhotoLab complements U-Point technology with other selection tools that can adapt to any situation:
• Graduated Filter, particularly useful with landscape pictures
• Brush (with and without Auto Mask), for precise selection work
These tools give you access to the same adjustments as Control Points (i.e. exposure, contrast, microcontrast, vibrancy, sharpness, blur and white balance).New Repair Tool
The new Repair Tool effectively removes unwanted elements from your pictures:
1. Click the “Object removal” button in DxO PhotoLab’s main toolbar.
2. Simply adjust the brush’s radius and paint the object to be removed — it’s that simple!New Lens Sharpness
A DxO exclusive, the Lens Sharpness correction taps into a database of more than 40,000 calibrated lens-body combinations to optimize the details and sharpness of your pictures:
• Each pixel is corrected individually, based on its position in the field, together with the gear and shooting parameters you used.
• The new correction yields much better results at mid- and high-ISO sensitivities.
• For even better results, use this correction in combination with DxO PhotoLab’s PRIME noise reduction engine.
By purchasing U Point technology from Google Nik Software, DxO has breathed new life into its flagship software with the addition of local adjustment technology. DxO OpticsPro is now DxO PhotoLab!
From day one, the French company DxO has stood out for its expertise in image quality. It began by introducing optical corrections based on precise analyses of lenses on the market. The company also made waves when it introduced its high-performance noise-correction algorithm, PRIME, and its automatic optimization feature, DxO Smart Lighting. In fact, DxO has been so successful that after thirteen years of progress and improvement, it decided to change the name of its software to DxO PhotoLab to better reflect its wide range of features.Control Point selection tool
U Point technology is one of the software’s highlights and is sure to please the many users who were disappointed when Nik Software and Capture NX2 products dropped the feature. By adding a Control Point selection tool to DxO PhotoLab, DxO makes local adjustments easier with a quick, precise auto mask that’s been proven effective through the many years it’s been in use. To apply the mask, all you have to do is place a point inside the area you want to correct, then alter the radius of the mask to shrink or expand the selection, which is based on the colors in the image. These control points can be moved or combined to apply the same correction to different areas of the image. You can also add control points to create several distinct masks. If you need a more precise selection, you can also use negative control points to exclude certain areas. Once you add a control point, vertical adjustment sliders appear automatically, allowing you to alter the area’s exposure, contrast, micro-contrast, vibrancy, sharpness, blur, and color temperature. They are also paired with the software’s other local correction tools, such as the gradient filter.Gradient filter
The gradient filter is useful for editing landscape photography, especially when the sky is much brighter than the ground. Just right-click and move the mouse to establish the limits for the filter. Above the first point, the correction will be fully applied. The effect will disappear completely after the second point. The greater the distance between the two points, the more gradually the correction will be applied. To make the two areas of the mask easily visible, DxO PhotoLab highlights them in blue. The vertical sliders appear automatically when you apply the mask. When you select one of these adjustment options, the others temporarily disappear so you can concentrate on applying the tool’s effects to your image. Furthermore, DxO PhotoLab will let you preview your adjustments in real time. You can combine the gradient filter with the Brush tool to add or delete an area from the mask, such as when an object goes beyond the horizon line. DxO is planning to add a radial filter with the next update.Brush
The brush is a classic tool in photo editing programs. Whether you’re using it to adjust a gradient filter mask or to manually paint an area in the photo, the DxO PhotoLab Brush offers all the typical features of this tool, including a size adjustment slider and the option to manage edge definition, allowing you to apply very precise corrections or to make more diffuse adjustments. You can also adjust these settings using keyboard shortcuts instead of the sliders. With DxO PhotoLab, you can create several masks and apply separate adjustment settings for each one. You can also extend the effects applied to one mask to another area in the image. While there isn’t a window listing all the edits you’ve made to an image, you can undo and redo your corrections as much as you want, as well as display before and after comparisons for each type of correction.Automatic corrections
Starting with the earliest versions of its DxO OpticsPro software, DxO has always made automatic corrections a priority, allowing users to enjoy optimal photo adjustments regardless of their editing expertise. We are pursuing this goal by adding to the local adjustments menu an automatic mask tool that you use like a brush. This tool is applied like a brush over the mask area. You should go slightly beyond the edges of the area you wish to correct so DxO PhotoLab can analyze the tones and contrast of the section and automatically establish the edges of the mask. You can use the same vertical sliders that accompany other tools to apply additional corrections as needed. Regardless of the tool you use to apply local adjustments, the adjustment equalizer is designed to appear next to the area currently being edited. It will always appear on the screen, even if you zoom in and move your field of view to get a better look at your adjustments. You can also display or hide the equalizer by pressing E.Anti-Dust becomes Repair tool
The anti-dust tool, which was included in the latest versions of DxO OpticsPro, has been revamped and renamed Repair tool. While this tool was often criticized for being too slow, Repair tool now features even more powerful algorithms to process image data at a much faster rate. After you manually select the areas you want to delete, DxO PhotoLab uses the content of the image to apply an automatic correction without altering the brightness or color of the surrounding pixels. You can resize the tool using the dedicated slider or keyboard shortcuts, for seamless textures.Improved Lens sharpness
Thanks to an improved algorithm, this feature now provides even more effective results by emphasizing the image locally and making the photo appear sharper. The software applies the effect automatically, based on laboratory lens calibrations, but you can always modify the changes using the options provided on the adjustment panel.Compare Editions >>Supported file formatsFiles opened by DxO PhotoLab
• RAW files from cameras supported by the software.
• DNG files from cameras supported by the software.
• DNG created by Adobe Lightroom, Camera Raw and DNG Converter, except for compressed DNG format with loss.
• 8- and 16-bit TIFF files
• JPEG filesSupported DxO ONE file formats:
DNG files created in Adobe Lightroom, Camera Raw, or DNG Converter are supported so long as the original RAW files shot are compatible with DxO PhotoLab. In DxO PhotoLab, the DNG files created by Adobe software are treated as RAW files. Consequently, all of the tools and corrections described in this guide that are specific to RAW files apply to DNG files as well.Files exported by DxO PhotoLab
• 8- and 16-bit TIFF
• Linear DNGWhat's new in v1.2.1Bug fixes
- Adobe Lightroom Classic CC compatibility issues [v1.2.2]
- Significant artifacts on the image when applying Gradient
- Latest Adobe Lightroom version (CC) not properly detected by DxO PhotoLab
- Vignetting correction on Mavic Pro
- Panasonic G9 ISO 100 saturation problems
- Other minor bugsKnown limitations
• It is now necessary to have the DxO ViewPoint plugin in order to use the perspective and volume deformation tools.
• Lossy DNG format files are not yet supported.
• No guarantee is given with respect to support for DNG files that come from converters other than Adobe Lightroom or Adobe DNG Converter. DNG files corresponding to unsupported cameras (whether coming from Adobe Lightroom or DNG converter or not) are also not supported.Supported Cameras >>DxO PhotoLab User Manual >>System Requirements
- Intel Core 2 or AMD Athlon 64 X2 or higher (Intel Core i5 or higher recommended)
- 4 GB of RAM (8 GB recommended)
- 4 GB or more of available hard-disk space
- Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit) with Service Pack 1, Microsoft Windows 8.1 (64-bit), or Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit). Which version of Windows is supported by DxO PhotoLab? >>
Installing the latest Microsoft updates for Windows is recommended before installing the application.
- DirectX 9.0c-capable system
- OpenCl 1.2-capable graphic card with 1GB of video memory to handle OpenCL accelerationNote
: To process RAW images larger than 24 Mpix, 8 GB of RAM is strongly recommended. Further, a 4-core processor is also strongly recommended. Finally, starting with DxO PhotoLab, only 64-bit operating systems are supported. DxO FilmPack 5 v5.5.17 Build 578 >>DxO ViewPoint v3.1.6 Build 259 >>DxO Nik Collection 2018 v1.2.18 >>Download: