DxO PhotoLab
ESSENTIAL or ELITE:
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Editions Hero Device
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Essential Edition Elite Edition

 

   

PRIME denoising (RAW)

  yes

DxO ClearView

  yes

Anti-moiré tool

  yes

Managing camera-calibrated ICC profiles

  yes

Color rendering profiles

  yes

Multiple exports

  yes

Presets editor

  yes

Creation of partial presets

  yes

Creation of customized palettes

  yes

Number of activations

2

3

Local adjustments  NEW

yes yes

Repair tool  NEW

yes yes

DxO Lens Sharpness  IMPROVED

yes yes

RAW conversion

yes yes

High-quality denoising (RAW and JPEG)

yes yes

Optical corrections

yes yes

DxO Smart Lighting

yes yes

Spot Weighted mode

yes yes

Selective tone

yes yes

Image tools

yes yes

Red eye correction

yes yes

Protection of saturated colors

yes yes

Advanced light and color

yes yes

Auto mode for microcontrast

yes yes

Presets

yes yes

Batch processing

yes yes

Customizable workspace

yes yes

Full screen mode

yes yes

Shortcuts for rating and filtering photos in full screen

yes yes

Integrated export feature

yes yes

Interaction with Adobe Lightroom

yes yes

Geometrical corrections

By adding the DxO ViewPoint plugin

By adding the DxO ViewPoint plugin

Analog and creative renderings

By adding the DxO FilmPack plugin

By adding the DxO FilmPack plugin

 

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System requirements

Microsoft Windows

 

Intel Core® 2 or AMD Athlon® 64 X2 or higher (Intel Core® i5 or higher recommended)

 

4 GB of RAM (8 GB recommended)

 

4 GB or more of available hard-disk space

 

Microsoft® Windows® 7 (64-bit) with Service Pack 1, Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 (64-bit), or Microsoft® Windows® 10 (64-bit)

 

DirectX 9.0c-capable system

 

OpenCl 1.2-capable graphic card with 1GB of video memory to handle OpenCL acceleration

Apple OS X

 

Intel Core® i5 or higher

 

4 GB of RAM (6 GB recommended)

 

2 GB or more of available hard-disk space

 

OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.12 (Sierra), 10.13 (High Sierra)

 

Graphics card with 512 MB of video memory to handle GPU acceleration