DxO has released PhotoLab 4 which brings several new features and improvements.
According to the the Company, the highlight is DxO’s new DeepPRIME technology which they say utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) created by analysing millions of images to train the DeepPRIME algorithm to deliver improved demosaicing and denoising. The improvement is most noticeable for images captured at high ISO settings, with smaller sensors or with early-generation cameras.
According to a spokesperson “DxO’s dynamic Smart Workspace is based on a ground breaking system of filters that can be accessed directly from the toolbar. It allows users to show tool palettes by correction type, only 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.
You do not need a subscription to use DxO PhotoLab 4. Photographers with a license for DxO OpticsPro or PhotoLab 3 can purchase an upgrade license for DxO PhotoLab 4 by signing into their customer account. A fully-functional, one-month trial version of DxO PhotoLab 4 is available on the DxO website.