Photo noise reduction software tested

Posted on Thursday, Jul 31 2008 @ 09:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Anandtech has taken a look at the Noiseware noise reduction software from Imagenomic. This type of software can help to clean up noise from high ISO noise photos.
Noiseware is a software program from Imagenomic. The program claims to take a different approach to noise reduction by using Artificial Intelligence techniques for noise reduction instead of simple median filters. The core of the system is an automatic profile system that attempts to analyze and recognize noise patterns for more effective noise detection. The program is adaptive and uses EXIF data and the results of its analysis to build a noise processing algorithm that becomes more effective as more images are processed. In automatic mode the program considers the image as a whole. Noiseware also features the option of a manual mode for manual noise profiling by specifying certain regions for noise reduction.
Check it out over here.


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