How can I save my current settings (that includes noise, sharpen, strength , detail, clarity) to replace Autopilot settings?
Hi @ron.murray, unfortunately, there is not a way to save settings in Topaz Photo AI – any adjustments will need to be made manually with each image if you are not using autopilot, but there is a copy and paste ability if you wish to use the same settings across multiple photos in your queue.
Weird that there is no option for this? This would be a huge time-saver, especially working on multiple images over an extended time period… if you don’t make notes or a screenshot, you’re flummoxed.
Yes weird, This would be a huge time-saver. (hint, wink wink Topaz)
Hi, is there still no solution for this? I am testing thousands of images divided in a couple of hundred batches for an archiving company.
How on earth could we use this software if there is no even a preset option?
Topaz should clearly mention this when purchasing the software. Like this it seems like the software is aimed at the amateur market… Not a good look.
Please don’t post the same thing in multiple topics - once is enough. I’ll remove the duplicates.
I only posted 3x in the appropriate topics… Because this is a real issue.
I don’t see anything wrong with that.
Is Topaz worried too many people would start asking the same question?
Duplicate posts are not allowed.
They were not duplicated I rephrased every time.
Be as pedantic as you like - they all said essentially the same thing, and it’s against the rules.
Well if you would be on the customer’s side of things you would understand the frustration that after buying a software, not even the settings can be saved. Topaz should mention that before letting people buy their software. Every other photo software has this basic option.
Well I am a customer actually. Did you take the option of the free trial before buying?
Yes, and we were all overwhelmed with the amazing results. Until you have to use it in an actual work environment…
@OldAlley I’m glad you like the results of the processing.
We’re working on the functionality to do presets and customize Autopilot. It’s expected to be released September 7 with v2.0.
Thanks for helping us uphold the forum rules!
I was wondering if there is any chance of a setting to decide the percentage of adjustment applied in relation to the original image, keeping some of it intact. Sometimes the results go too far and I have to recombine it, reduce the adjustment against the original in Photoshop. Thanks.
@tim.he Hey just bought Topaz because of its amazing results. It’s fantastic, but I have to say I wish motion blur sharpening was the default. It’s by far the best choice for pretty much any hand held photo. I don’t really need sharpening on anything taken with flash or a tripod!
It would be great to have autopilot use the models that I prefer, rather than choosing its own. I’m happy letting it set the amounts itself for a first pass, but it’s tedious to have it scan the image, run a few passes, then decide which model it likes, then run them all… and then I have to change them anyway. I’ll probably turn autopilot off til this is available.
It really is a great product. This is just a minor inconvenience. Thanks for all you do!
We appreciate the kind words and insights!
We’re working on the functionality to better customize the Autopilot defaults to your liking. This is expected to be released on September 7 with v2.0!