Topaz Labs has announced a new program called Topaz Photo AI, a program it claims combines all of its best image tools to automatically detect and fix image quality issues using deep learning.
Topaz Labs says that so far it has offered three separate apps that address different image quality issues: DeNoise AI for noise removal, Sharpen AI for blurring out-of-focus images, and Gigapixel AI for image upscaling. low resolution images. He says that while each of them does their job well, real-world situations usually result in a picture requiring more than one program to fix a lot of problems.
Thus, Photo AI combines the technology of these three programs in a single editor that is smart enough to deal with image quality problems alone and en masse.
The company says its “thoroughly trained” artificial intelligence (AI) models and deep learning maximize image quality faster and more accurately than photographers have so far experienced.
“Getting a clean, crisp, high-resolution photo is really important, but the current process of increasing image quality is quite slow and error-prone,” says Eric Yang, CEO of Topaz Labs. “To solve this problem, we designed Topaz Photo AI to be an automatic driver of image quality. It detects unique problems in your image and intelligently applies the right methods to maximize resolution, detail and quality. clarity.
Photo AI has a feature called Autopilot, which automatically analyzes a set of photos and applies what it determines to be the correct templates and settings, which a photographer can then use as a starting point for making creative edits. The idea is that this platform takes the hassle out of manually fixing common image issues and lets photographers get straight to the best part of photo editing.
“Autopilot rigorously analyzes every frame intelligently and combines the power of DeNoise AI, Sharpen AI and Gigapixel AI to dramatically improve image quality within seconds of launch,” the company claims. “Autopilot will flag all vital image features, including auto-detected subjects and faces, and automate the AI model and settings selection process in a variety of ways.”
Topaz adds that Photo AI is designed to fit a variety of workflows, from RAW or JPEG to Lightroom or Capture One, the company promises it will feel significantly better integrated than previous image quality apps from the society.
Topaz Photo AI is available starting today for $199 directly from the company’s website for Windows and Mac computers.
Picture credits: Topaz Labs