DxO DeepPRIME XD vs Lightroom AI Denoise: they look similar at low ISO but at high ISO there is a clear winner. Find which one with this review.
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DxO PureRAW 3 arrives with an overhauled user interface that includes a versatile new queuing system. It also brings several new correction types and controls, including the top-of-the-line DeepPRIME XD denoising algorithms that debuted last year with PhotoLab 6.
PureRAW 3 takes your original RAW files and applies DxO’s own lens correction profiles and DeepPRIME noise reduction processing to produce images which are sharper, clearer and so noise free that you will probably re-think what you imagine your camera gear to be capable of.
It’s been five years now since DxO relaunched its long-running Optics Pro Raw editor under a brand-new name, DxO PhotoLab. One of the strongest rivals to Adobe Lightroom, PhotoLab is available for both Windows and macOS, and has long been a favorite of ours thanks both to its automated lens/exposure corrections and its powerful – arguably, class-leading – DeepPRIME denoising engine.
DxO has announced updates to its PhotoLab 6 and Viewpoint 4 software packages adding artificially intelligent (AI)-powered features and new tools for photographers.