DxO FilmPack 4 and ViewPoint 2 updates provide compatibility with Photoshop CC
DxO has released updates for its FilmPack film emulation and ViewPoint perspective correction software, enabling them to be fully integrated with Adobe Photoshop CC 2014. Both are available as standalone applications or as a plugin for Lightroom and Photoshop. FilmPack v4.5.2 and Viewpoint v2.1.7 are available for download now.
The applications are currently on sale - DxO FilmPack Essential for $49/£39, FilmPack Expert for $99/£79, and DxO ViewPoint for $49/£39.
DxO FilmPack v4.5.2 and DxO ViewPoint v2.1.7 now fully compatible with Adobe Photoshop CC 2014
Sale on all DxO products through July 15, 2014
July 9, 2014 – DxO Labs announces the immediate availability of DxO FilmPack v4.5.2, its celebrated analog film simulation software, and of DxO ViewPoint v2.1.7, its software dedicated to fixing problems with perspective and volume deformation. These two upgrades allow both DxO FilmPack 4 and DxO ViewPoint 2 to integrate perfectly with Adobe Photoshop CC (2014 edition).
DxO FilmPack: All the quality and emotion of fine arts photography
Acclaimed by professionals for the fidelity of its analog film renderings, DxO FilmPack lets photographers apply to their digital images all the characteristics of the analog films that have made photographic history, as well as many original looks, filters, tones, and visual effects. All of these renderings and effects can be infinitely combined and customized for unlimited creativity.
Coming in two editions, Essential and Expert, a single DxO FilmPack license lets the software be used as a standalone application for OS X and Windows, and as a plugin for Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, Adobe Lightroom, Apple Aperture, and DxO Optics Pro.
DxO ViewPoint: The indispensable companion to wide-angle lenses
DxO ViewPoint fixes even the most complex problems with perspective, and easily restores the natural shapes of subjects located on the edges of images. Taking advantage of all of DxO Labs’ know-how in terms of optical calibrations, the software corrects barrel, pincushion, and fisheye distortions. DxO ViewPoint supports all equipment, much of which also benefits from the automatic corrections provided by DxO Optics Modules.
DxO ViewPoint is available as a standalone application for OS X and Windows, and as a plugin for Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, Adobe Lightroom, and Apple Aperture — all with the same license.
Availability and special summer sale
The Essential and Expert editions of DxO FilmPack v4.5.2 and DxO ViewPoint 2.1.7 for Mac and Windows are available in the DxO Labs online store (shop.dxo.com) and at photo resellers at the following discount prices through July 15, 2014:
- DxO FilmPack Essential Edition: $49 instead of $79
- DxO FilmPack Expert Edition: $99 instead of $129
- DxO ViewPoint $49 instead of $79
- DxO FilmPack Essential Edition: 49€ instead of 79€
- DxO FilmPack Expert Edition: 99€ instead of 129€
- DxO ViewPoint 49€ instead of 79€
(Suggested retail price, tax included)
- DxO FilmPack Essential Edition: £39 instead of £59
- DxO FilmPack Expert Edition: £79 instead of £99
- DxO ViewPoint £39 instead of £59
(Suggested retail prices, including VAT)
The upgrade to DxO FilmPack v4.5.2 is free for all owners of DxO FilmPack 4, as well as for photographers who acquired a DxO FilmPack license on or after March 1, 2013.
The upgrade to DxO ViewPoint v2.1.7 is free for all owners of DxO ViewPoint who acquired a license on or after August 1, 2013
Fully-functional trial versions, good for one month, are available on the DxO Labs website (http://www.dxo.com/intl/photo/download).
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