Topaz Labs DeNoise AI version 2.4 released with improved quality, RAW support, UI improvements (now $20 off)



Today Topaz Labs released DeNoise AI version 2.4 with improved quality, RAW support, UI improvements. Topaz Labs also introduced two new savings offers:



Change log for the new Topaz Labs DeNoise AI version 2.4 (released January 27th, 2021):

  • Updated Low Light models to newest versions
  • Updated Photoshop plugins
    • Should now save/load all the settings properly
  • Added support for new image file types
    • New RAW formats: ARI, CR3
    • New non-RAW formats: BMP, HEIC, PPM, PGM, PBM, PNM, TGA, and WEBP
  • Added estimated time remaining when saving files
  • Added In-App rating system
    • If you experience any issues with output in the program, feel free to send feedback by clicking on the faces at the bottom right of the preview
  • Added ability to load non-ASCII file names from Lightroom
    • For instance, Japanese/Chinese/Korean, etc file names should work now
  • Added an error message when models fail to run instead of just returning a non-updated preview
  • Added an info hover on the brightness toggle to better explain cases where it doesn’t work
  • Changed Windows installer so it’s admin only
    • Should resolve various issues non-admin users have had in the past
    • May require full uninstall/reinstall if you had it installed as non-admin before
  • Changed Photoshop plugin mode to have an entry in the file list view
    • This allows us to better show masking rather than having the brush at the top
  • Changed OpenGL settings internally
    • Hopefully this should help with black preview issues and puts this program in line with what Gigapixel and Mask do
  • Changed sliders to allow text input for values
  • Fixed various color/loading issues for RAW files
  • Fixed issue where DNG files saved and re-opened in our apps would be magenta
  • Fixed post-processing not running in certain cases
  • Fixed preview scale so it adjusts to your screen display scale properly
    • Images may look smaller than before if you have a display scale over 100%
  • Fixed crash when running auto on images with specific file sizes
  • Fixed crash on Mac related to file logger

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