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Improve up musical welcome he. My main problem with using DxO is it takes twice as long to process an image than it does with Adobe CC. I, like many other photographers, am trying to find the next best alternative to using LR and PS.
Analog Efex Pro: Explore the look and feel of classic cameras, films, and lenses. For me, with no background in NIK, DxO didn't make it easy to see why I would want to buy the NIK tools. Nik Collection also has a strange history. Das geht aus einer Pressemitteilung hervor, die vorab bekannt wurde.
شرکت های زیادی در زمینه ارائه انواع مختلف این پلاگین ها فعالیت دارند که محصولات کمپانی Nik Software از معروف ترین آن ها می باشند. Nik Sharpener Pro — một trình cắm thêm chuyên nghiệp Differenceđược thiết kế để điều chỉnh độ sắc nét của các bức ảnh kỹ thuật số. Bộ sưu tập Nik của DxO là một loạt 7 plugin sáng tạo dành cho Windows và New dxo nik collection 2018 full, cung cấp các bộ lọc, hiển thị và các công cụ chỉnh sửa ảnh để tạo ra những hình ảnh tuyệt đẹp. توجه داشته باشید چنانچه از ویندوز های 7 و 8 و یا 10 استفاده می کنید برای اجرای فایل Note. A rich set of new features introduced in the updated product allows you to perform a huge range of tasks - from pre-sharpening in the files of RAW, got from the cameras, before the final sharpening technology allowing for the output image. We reported that roughly a file ago—with the addendum that the company promised to update its software by summer. NET Framework version 4. Fortunately, DxO is now picking up the pieces. DxO plans to continue development of the Nik Collection.
Fujifilm X System / SLR Talk Forum - Yes, play around enough with the sliders in LR, PL, FilmPack etc. Nik Software Silver Efex Pro - plug-in designed to help photographers and modern styling allows for a stylish digital image 20 sheets , black and white pictures.
I remember years ago there was a post on here about Nik Collection being free so I downloaded it. Then DxO acquired Nik Collection... Or maybe that happened before the free download? I get there may have been updates.. My free download still works embedded in PhotoshopCC. Is there any reason to believe the version I have will stop working? Incredibly useful tool for noise reduction and spot editing. I haven't even messed around with the other 6 modules... Anyone have the 2018 Nik Collection? Curious what DxO did different. After being acquired by google, it was made free yay! I still have that version and it still works fine for me but apparently it has compatibility issues with the latest versions of Adobe apps - and since so many of their customers have no choice but follow the upgrade path, that means many people can no longer use it. DxO aquired it then basically went bust. Originally Posted by victormeldrew: After being acquired by google, it was made free yay! I still have that version and it still works fine for me but apparently it has compatibility issues with the latest versions of Adobe apps - and since so many of their customers have no choice but follow the upgrade path, that means many people can no longer use it. DxO aquired it then basically went bust. I use LR 5. Originally Posted by othar: I use LR 5. I have a free copy of Nik Collection from when that was a thing. It still worked, for now, on my LightroomCC and PhotoshopCC.. Hopefully this thread doesn't awaken the gods and remove this functionality! The standalone apps will of course continue working until such time as an operating system change stops it. Plugins rely on Adobe continuing to support them, or the plugin developers continuing to provide updates to keep up with Adobe. I personally would think Adobe would try to keep support for the old free versions, for the sake of keeping their own customers happy and stifling DxO's success in selling the new ones. I've seen some talk of compatibility issues appearing, but that's not something I'm able to confirm. Of course users do want some updates like proper 64bit support and whatnot, so I expect people will before long think an update is of some value, whether or not they can use the old ones. I don't see why google abandoned it as soon as they acquired it... Originally Posted by victormeldrew: DxO aquired it then basically went bust. No actually DXO acquired NIK Collection and incorporated the NIK U Point technology into DXO Photolab which has recently been updated free to purchasers of Photolab. I have received two updates since I bought my version of Photolab last year when it was introduced, the last update was a major one with additional U Point features. I suspect DXO bought it to block Adobe from acquiring the U Point Technology. You can bet that Adobe would not have continued to release a standalone version so others could buy the collection but would have restricted it to their products alone. Older versions of NIK Collection still work standalone with JPEG, and if you assign the collection to a folder on your desktop you can then drag a JPEG and drop it onto any of the modules in the collection to open that module with the JPEG and edit the JPEG then save it. As for DXO going bust that's pure BS the company is doing OK and has the absolute best Raw noise reduction out there right now. Larry Originally Posted by victormeldrew: After being acquired by google, it was made free yay! I still have that version and it still works fine for me but apparently it has compatibility issues with the latest versions of Adobe apps - and since so many of their customers have no choice but follow the upgrade path, that means many people can no longer use it. DxO aquired it then basically went bust. I use the latest version of LR on my desktop and have not had any issues with the free version of Nik from Google. Originally Posted by victormeldrew: They filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in April. Restructuring saved them, but they were most certainly bust by most people's standards as in, unable to pay their creditors : It seems to have been the DxO One that caused their financial problems. They have now dropped that and are out of bankruptcy. The U-point tech in PhotoLabs is great. I hope DxO goes further and integrates the whole Nik Collection into PhotoLabs. I also hope they catch up with their lens modules. Particularly the DA 55-300 PLM. Support for PixelShift would be a good thing too.