Can Topaz avoid eventual support for the iPad?

With G5 internet access speeds virtually on the horizon, with many major companies begging us to keep our images in their cloud, and with Adobe adding PS to LR as iPad apps in 2019, plus Adobe hinting at combining Mac and IOS apps within another year tor two, I wonder when/if Topaz will begin supporting the iPad Pro.

Seems to me that GigaPix and JPEG to RAW would be two apps that lend themselves to enthusiastic adoption by anyone taking iPhone or iPad photos.

I somehow doubt that the processing power needed for Topaz would be a capability of iPad. The Adobe / Affinity apps on iPad are very much cut-down versions. Interesting thought, though.

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I would think that many of the tools in Topaz Studio could be ported to the latest iPad. It has a surprising amount of processing power.

DeNoise AI…not so much :slight_smile:

As a real estate agent, I also take photos of real estate interiors, so I plan in the future to take 360-degree images (with a 360-degree camera, not a DSLR), possibly in low light conditions where there may be more image noise. On an iPad, it seems easier and faster for me to enhance my photos.

On an iPad, I usually cut 3-4 minutes of video and I’m happy with the result, even at 4K.
On the other hand, I also make video recordings in places where there is less light, there is not always the possibility of interior lighting, or it would not be good to change the given natural light conditions.

I also think it would be good to know if in the future Topaz Studio will support iOS iPad e.g. DeNoise AI and Video Enhance AI?

I suggest that Topaz consider allowing Topaz users to export filters that would run on an iPad. Topaz users, then, could create ipad routines on their Macs that run on their iPads