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Old Sep 24, 2009, 4:12 PM   #11
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Another not mentioned is Akvis noise buster 10 day free trial

http://akvis.com/en/noise-buster/index.php
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I found Topaz DeNoise very good - http://www.topazlabs.com/denoise/
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Thanks Musket and Rodney. I will try both of these programs. Ya never know...

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Another not mentioned is Akvis noise buster 10 day free trial

http://akvis.com/en/noise-buster/index.php
Ok, I tried Akvis, excellent program, but the version I downloaded, which will work with CS2, is soooooooooo slow, as to be unuseable.

The results were not as good as NN, or Noiseware, but that is undoubtedly because of my lack of familiarity. The interface is quite good - But if I can make a cup of coffee while waiting for a large image to process, I'm in trouble...

I sit down and process three, four hundred images at a time, and this program just don't cut it.

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I found Topaz DeNoise very good - http://www.topazlabs.com/denoise/
Couldn't find a version compatible with CS2, so I was unable to try this plug in out.

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Couldn't find a version compatible with CS2, so I was unable to try this plug in out.

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http://www.topazlabs.com/denoise/specifications.html

Adobe Photoshop 7 through CS4, Adobe Photoshop Elements 1 through 7, or another editor that supports Photoshop plug-ins. These include: Irfanview, PaintShop Pro, etc.
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http://www.topazlabs.com/denoise/specifications.html

Adobe Photoshop 7 through CS4, Adobe Photoshop Elements 1 through 7, or another editor that supports Photoshop plug-ins. These include: Irfanview, PaintShop Pro, etc.
The page you gave me above, specifically states, CS3-4, etc, etc. Couldn't find anything earlier, except for Photoshop elements, which O don't own.

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i use noise ninja and noiseware with a few tweaks im happy with the results
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The page you gave me above, specifically states, CS3-4, etc, etc. Couldn't find anything earlier, except for Photoshop elements, which O don't own.

Thanks anyway!

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Sorry, didn't know you were on a Mac.

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i use noise ninja and noiseware with a few tweaks im happy with the results
Roughly four years ago, the powers that run the universe discovered algorhythms that eliminate the noise, while hardly hurting the detail of the image. My belief in a higher authority was affirmed, and I have become a very religious man.

I pity those who started out BEFORE the above discovery, because they will lack the spiritual inspiration that overwhelmes me every time I sit down to process my ISO 800 images...

I too use Noise Ninja and Noseware, but I throw no stones at all the other Saints getting into the business.

May all their works prosper!!!!

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