New version of Topaz Studio AI Clear is available

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New version of Topaz Studio AI Clear is available
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and can be downloaded through the Help menu's Check for Software updates, then Check for Adjustments updates.

Note that I am traveling, so do not have a lot of time to test, but  .  .  .

I did immediately check a high ISO, yet detailed test image I have set aside for AI Clear purposes. When put through AI Clears' default settings, my first reaction was "not bad." Going further with basically random but assumed expected results, I changed the "Model Strength" to High, "Recover Details" to 0.25 and "Clarity" to 0.35. Now I'm getting more impressed. I compared the AI Clear image to my previously PSCC edited image before AI Clear and they were very similar. Noise was very well eliminated in AI Clear without the loss of texture. Details were pretty well recovered, and although the AI Clear image could use a few more little tweaks, I was rather happy with it. On the short side, AI Clear still runs rather slowly, but maybe a hint faster than the previous version.

While traveling I do not have time to do a lot of tests, so I'll leave that to the rest of you for the next couple of days. But my first impression is that AI Clear has definitely been improved.

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