v7.5 [11 Sep 2012]
Exclusive to DxO Labs, the DxO Lens Softness tool (based on DxO Optics Modules) automatically compensates for lens softness. Using a new technique to analytically read image content, DxO Optics Pro 7 offers improved preservation of the bokeh while avoiding the creation of artifacts in homogenous or out-of-focus zones.
Lenses tend to soften (or blur) image elements located at the edges. A new cursor lets you harmonize the sharpness of your image from the center to the periphery. This feature is available even if your equipment is not yet supported.
Colors and textures
No more flat stretches of uniform color! DxO Optics Pro 7 includes a tool that brings out the details and textures in saturated areas.
A streamlined workflow
Easier to use, DxO Optics Pro 7 offers even more intuitive handling. Working in project mode is now optional! From now on, you can work directly from your files and directories.
Process your images in an instant! After you select a RAW or JPEG image, your default settings are automatically applied, letting you see all corrections and start processing with ease.
In Windows, it is now possible to run several batch processing sessions at once while continuing to customize other images. The Mac version (Mac OS® X Lion) offers several multi-touch functions such as zoom, full-screen view, scroll photos, and change tabs.
64 bits and OpenCL
Profoundly revised, DxO Optics Pro 7.5 now reaches a speed for previews and processing greatly superior to that of version 7.2 (for 64 bits platforms) and up to 5 times faster than version 6, thanks notably to OpenCL technology.
Please note: OpenCL activation (available only in Windows) must be done manually in Preferences.
Hand-tailored DxO Optics Modules
Tailor-made for all
Ever since the very first DxO optics module appeared back in 2004, DxO Labs has increased its production rate every year. The DxO Labs team has optimized its calibration methods in order to accelerate the production process, and has set a goal of supporting 10,000 modules by the end of 2012.