DxO has released PhotoLab 5, the new version of its flagship photo editing and raw processing software, which adds a new denoising tool and support for Fujifilm X-Trans cameras.
New to DxO PhotoLab 5 is an improved DeepPRIME denoising tool uses AI technology to enhance your raw files. Promising more efficient demosaicing, the new DeepPRIME tool is now up to four times faster for Mac users and 1.5 times faster on Windows machines.
DxO has also added support for Fujifilm X-Trans sensor cameras, including the recently launched X-E4, X-S10, X-T4 and X100V through to the older X-E2 and X-70. Some 18 Fujifiom cameras in total are now supported.
DxO has also updated PhotoLab 5’s PhotoLibrary with new metadata and keyword management features. PhotoLab 5 can now process IPTC and EXIF data, and it can now prioritise your image’s keywords in an interactive tree structure.
DxO’s U Point technology promises more efficient retouching capabilities by adding a second pointer called Control Lines. This allows users to touch up large areas of an image with a simpler selection method. The two pointers – Control Lines and Control Points – also now have sensitivity settings.
The DxO PhotoLab 5 price tag is £99.99 for the Essential edition and £149.99 for the Elite edition until 14 November 2021. The PhotoLab 5 price tags then rise to £129 and £199, respectively.
PhotoLab 5 Essential Edition can be installed on two workstations, while the Elite Edition can be installed on three. You can download a one-month trial version of the new software from the DxO website.