Noise reduction - what's the best program?

Started Feb 3, 2013 | Discussions thread
demarren 123
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Re: LR4 versus others. Comparison
In reply to Michael Everett, Feb 4, 2013

Michael Everett wrote:

DxO does seem to do a good job with NR. But DxO also seems geared to the specific lens. What about those of us that use mostly legacy MF glass. How does this affect the performance of DxO?

Michael

performance of dxo depend on the computer you use.

When you have an nvidia card the process is fast,as it use the gpu of your computer.

when no gpu is found then it is the processor CPU only Thad convert the images.

and this get mush slower.

when you first load your pictures in the dxo input mode the program search for the camera,and lens optical modules.

for example camera Nex7 18-55 then it load the modules to the program.

at this point most of the corrections are done with the program.

then you can tweak the parts you like to change.

for example DXO always use standard noise reduction at 70

I lower it to 45

also you can use sharpness on or of also correct with sliders override the program default.

It is just the easiest program i ever used.

and I have tested them all ,most parties have trials.

you can use,

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