PhotoLab 5 and FilmPack 6! Big upgrades from DxO
Photo Moment - October 20, 2021
DxO PhotoLab and DxO FilmPack have both just received full-version updates, to DxO PhotoLab 5 and DxO FilmPack 6. There's some some pretty sweet new features!
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DxO PhotoLab 5: Enhanced Local Adjustments and a More Powerful PhotoLibrary
This new version also introduces a new DeepPRIME denoising tool that is up to 4 times faster than previous iterations as well as support for Fujifilm X-Trans sensors (Beta)
DxO PhotoLab now sets the standard for image quality. The software offers users the most powerful correction and processing solutions on the market, with automated features that can be turned off and adjusted as required. The software offers unparalleled optical corrections through its exclusive lens sharpness technology and many other tools, all of which are designed to inspire artistic expression without compromising on image quality.
U Point technology: New pointer — Control Lines — and improved sensitivity settings
DxO is further advancing the most efficient and intuitive local retouching and adjustment technologies available by adding a second type of pointer: Control Lines. This new tool complements the technology's existing Control Points by allowing users to carry out touch-ups on large areas with an easy-to-use selection method. To make them even more precise, Control Lines and Control Points are now equipped with sensitivity settings. Photographers can easily adjust the effect of their edits based on the luminance and chrominance of the targeted areas.
A PhotoLibrary packed with metadata and keyword management features
PhotoLab 5 now processes IPTC and EXIF data and third-party application synchronizations. It also includes advanced means of keyword prioritization via an interactive tree structure. In addition, this new version optimizes the software's photo library management tools by reorganizing them.
DeepPRIME: more efficient and up to 4 times faster
Trained by deep learning methods using millions of images analyzed in DxO laboratories over the past 20 years, DxO DeepPRIME technology uses artificial intelligence to develop RAW files. It drastically improves digital noise reduction while ensuring more efficient demosaicing. Traditionally, these two operations have been carried out separately, each introducing flaws that adversely affect the quality of the other. With deep learning, DeepPRIME takes a holistic approach that combines the two steps into one.
The deep-learning approach of DxO PhotoLab 5 and DeepPRIME in particular has been significantly optimized in terms of reactivity as well as processing and export times. These improvements are available to everyone and are up to 4 times faster for Apple Silicon Mac users and 1.5 times faster on the best Windows architectures.
Support for Fujifilm X-Trans sensors (Beta)
For the first time ever, DxO PhotoLab 5 now supports Fujifilm X-Trans sensor cameras. From the recent X-E4, X-S10, X-T4, and X100V through to the older X-E2 and X-70, no fewer than 18 Fujifilm cameras are now supported. In addition, 605 new DxO modules have been made available. Created through the exclusive DxO Labs calibration process, these modules automatically remove optical defects such as distortion, chromatic aberrations, vignetting, and lack of sharpness.
“We are very happy to finally open our doors to the community of Fujifilm photographers,” said Jean- Marc Alexia, VP Product Strategy. “Our goal is to offer them the best solution available in terms of image quality. To this end, we have created a website specifically dedicated to collecting their feedback. We can't wait to hear what they think.”
Fuji photographers are welcome to submit their feedback and comments via the following website: www.dxo.com/feedbacks-xtrans-beta
Support for even more equipment
DxO PhotoLab 5 supports 26 new cameras: Canon EOS Ra, DJI Air 2S & Mini 2, Fujifilm X-E2, X-E2S, X-E3, X-E4, X-H1, X-Pro2, X-Pro3, X-S10, X-T1, X-T2, X-T20, X-T3, X-T30, X-T4, X100F, X100T, X100V, X70, Nikon Z fc, Olympus PEN E-P7, Panasonic GH5 II, Pentax K-3 III, Sony ZV-E10.
Price & availability
DxO PhotoLab 5 (PC and Mac) is available now from the DxO online store (http://shop.dxo.com/) at the following introductory prices until November 14, 2021:
- DxO PhotoLab 5 ESSENTIAL Edition: $109.99 instead of $139
- DxO PhotoLab 5 ELITE Edition: $164.99 instead of $219
The DxO PhotoLab 5 license does not require a subscription and can be installed either on two workstations (DxO PhotoLab 5 ESSENTIAL Edition) or three workstations (DxO PhotoLab 5 ELITE Edition).
DxO PhotoLab 3 and DxO PhotoLab 4 users can purchase an upgrade to DxO PhotoLab 5 by logging into their customer account at https://shop.dxo.com/login_upgrade.php/en. Users who have a version of the software older than DxO PhotoLab 3 are not eligible for an upgrade and will need to purchase a new license.
A full, one-month trial version of DxO PhotoLab 5 is available on the DxO website: https://www.dxo.com/dxo-photolab/download/.
DxO FilmPack 6: Accurately Rendering the Soul of Analog Photography
This latest version introduces new films, cinematographic renderings, and Fujifilm in addition to support for X-Trans RAW files (Beta). It features a wide array of new effects as well as Time Machine, a unique and interactive introduction to the history of film photography.
The industry leader in authenticity
DxO FilmPack reproduces the grain and colors of legendary analog films as closely as possible thanks to an exclusive calibration process perfected in its laboratories. The software recreates the hues, saturation, contrast, and grain of 84 authentic analog films, including the famous Kodak Tri-X 400, Polaroid 690, Ilford HPS, and Fujifilm Superia. It also uses a decidedly original approach to navigating the progression of development and processing technologies through the different photographic eras.
Time Machine: harnessing the history of photography to power creativity
DxO FilmPack 6 provides users with a true journey through time, offering an introduction to the history of analog photography from its creation to the present day. The software introduces a new way of displaying creative and analog renderings separated into 14 periods illustrated by legendary, iconic images, and famous figures in photography. Each photograph is documented from a technical and historical perspective, and users are provided with the closest rendering so they can apply it to their images and recreate a similar style and finish. In this way, for example, users can infuse their black-and-white images with the charm of the 50s or even the soul of William Klein's art.
“We wanted to give DxO FilmPack even greater depth,” comments Jean-Marc Alexia, VP Marketing & Product Strategy. “To document our Time Machine, we collaborated with the Friends of the French Museum of Photography in Bièvres, an association chaired by the photographer Didier Pilon, who produced fantastic research.”
New legendary film renderings
DxO FilmPack enters the modern digital age with 15 new renderings, specifically two legendary films, the famous EKTACHROME Professional Infrared EIR Color Slide Film from KODAK and the monochrome instant film for the Polaroid 600 camera, IMPOSSIBLE PX 600 SILVER SHADE; seven film simulation modes from X-series Fujifilm digital cameras; and six cinema renderings inspired by the biggest trends in cinematographic color grading.
A wide range of creative effects
DxO FilmPack 6 also opens up uncharted creative possibilities with 20 new effects, including drops and crumpled paper, which are designed to give images a vintage look; 15 new light leak effects, such as light spots, haze, and zoom, which add subtle plays of color; and 15 new frames, namely matte, black frame, and film border, that transform your images into works of art and give an original look to your photos.
Comprehensive eight-channel HSL settings and fully customizable split toning
A new color rendering engine based on eight channels, rather than the six channels used in previous versions, gives users more precise color control. Users can also select their own hue in the highlights and shadows of their images, combine colors, and achieve subtle and realistic split toning effects.
Price & availability
DxO FilmPack 5 (PC and Mac) is available now from the DxO online store (http://shop.dxo.com/) at the following introductory prices until November 14, 2021:
- DxO FilmPack 6 ESSENTIAL Edition: $54.99 instead of $85.
- DxO FilmPack 6 ELITE Edition: $109.99 instead of $139.
The DxO FilmPack 6 license does not require a subscription. Photographers who own a DxO FilmPack 5 license can purchase an upgrade to DxO FilmPack 6 by logging into their customer account at https://shop.dxo.com/login_upgrade.php/en. Users who have a version of the software older than DxO FilmPack 5 are not eligible for an upgrade and will need to purchase a new license.
A full, one-month trial version of DxO FilmPack 6 is available on the DxO website: https://www.dxo.com/dxo-filmpack/download/.
One of the most innovative companies in the digital photography and image-editing industry, DxO designs and markets the most effective photo-editing software programs on the market geared towards discerning expert and amateur photographers. These programs include DxO PhotoLab, an advanced photo-editing software that was presented with the 2020 TIPA Award for Best Imaging Software; DxO PureRAW, the photo pre-processing software for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom that won the 2021-2022 EISA award for Best Advanced Photo Software; and Nik Collection, the industry-leading creative photo software suite for Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, and DxO PhotoLab that was awarded the 2020-2021 EISA for Best Photo Software.
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