This week’s update adds a preferences panel for customizing autopilot that we really think y’all are going to love! You’ll have a lot more control than previously over what processing it does, and can outright disable types of evaluation that won’t apply to images you expect to be working with - for example, a wildlife photographer disabling face detection. We also added lens correction and a whole slew of bug fixes!
If you own DeNoise, Sharpen, and Gigapixel with up-to-date licenses then you already have access to Topaz Photo AI!
Please give us any feedback or report issues with this release. We’ll be updating TPAI regularly to address those pieces of feedback and issue reports. If there’s a specific image you’d like us to see, you can send it us at this dropbox link.
Changes since 1.0.1:
- Added preferences panel for customizing Autopilot
- Choose default subject detection model to use, or None
- Disable automatic face detection
- Choose what blur levels should suggest the Sharpen filter
- Customize resolution/scaling targets for auto upscaling
- Lens correction is now applied to input images
- This feature can be disabled using a toggle in the “Preferences” menu
- Replaced AVX2 check in the installer with just an AVX check
- Added prompt when using LrC Plug-In on a list of images that don’t exist on the hard drive
- Fixed model downloading issues within Mac installer
- Fixed some Windows 11 computers not opening TPAI
- Fixed auth failing on users with upgrade licenses that have expired (but should own 1.0.X)
- Fixed issues with window appearing larger than the size of the monitor
- Fixed LrC plugin not installing on Mac if the user renamed their HOME folder
- Fixed prompt about enabling international language support on windows not appearing when invoked from a host editor
- Fixed refine buttons being clickable while Autopilot is processing
We still have a lot more planned! Here’s the problem areas we’ve heard your feedback on and are actively working on improving:
- Subject refinement is not precise enough
- The Sharpen filter sometimes oversharpens on images with low amounts of blur