09 Dec DxO PhotoLab version 4.1 released, now optimized for Apple M1 support and more

Source: DP Review

DxO has released DxO PhotoLab version 4.1. The free update for DxO PhotoLab 4 owners includes Apple M1 silicon support, an improved DxO Colorwheel, a more informative user interface, additional camera support and minor bug fixes.

DxO PhotoLab 4.0 was announced in October and includes DxO’s new DeepPRIME technology. This tech utilizes artificial intelligence to perform improved demosaicing and denoising in a single step. The DeepPRIME algorithm has been trained on millions of images and DxO promises that the new tech will deliver image quality gains for all cameras, but high ISO images and photos captured with small or older image sensors will benefit most noticeably.

Comparison between default denoising in DxO PhotoLab 4 and Adobe Lightroom Classic 2020. Image copyright: Olivier Brunet. Image courtesy of DxO. Click to enlarge.

PetaPixel reports that PhotoLab version 4.1, when run on Apple M1 computers, promises massive performance gains. In fact, users can expect three to five times faster performance. Users should find all aspects of the software to be quicker, including image editing and exporting processes. DxO has also stated that optimizations result in Apple M1 computers running DxO PhotoLab 4.1 silently.

Additional updates include an improved DxO Colorwheel. When adjusting hue, saturation and luminance in PhotoLab 4.1, the software can display a mask for a selected color area. This should result in simpler, more accurate adjustments.

User interface improvements include a clearer display of entries in the Advanced History

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