Luminar AI suprise update
Luminar AI suprise update
1 month ago
I have a copy of Luminar AI and find it useful for a few specific things. I was under the impression that it was discontinued and replaced by Neo, a subscription based program. Not interested in that, plus all the "features" they tout aren't the sort of thing I want to do my images. Anyway, a few days ago I started Luminar AI and it offered an update to 1.5.5.
Updated fine, but there doesn't seem to be much info on what 1.5.5 does and it's a bit weird that after so much time they decided to update a discontinued product. Does anybody know more?
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