This week we have the exciting addition of the Apple Photos extension. You should now be able to use Photo AI from Apple Photos via the three dot icon in Edit mode when selecting a single image.
We’ve also changed crop quite a bit. Instead of being able to move the crop box around, it will now stay in the center while the image moves behind it. This sets us up for adding straightening easier in the future.
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.
Hi… Change in Crop Tool from 1.2.0 to 1.2.1… I crop to compose. As such, I prefer to create the crop, then move the crop around on the image (per 1.2.0) as opposed to a fixed centered crop with the image moving below it (per 1.2.1).
face recovery makes face red/purple tone even in black and white images. and in some images they are shaped like a square with different shades. PLEASE FIX because in some images it is impossible to use face recovery.
Thank you, devs, for enabling the control over Enhance model parameters - it’s SO MUCH more useful! There’s even automatics behind it implemented, like in Gigapixel AI!
Is it possible to make future Photo AI installations independent to each other, to “save the workflow” for certain cases (like Gigapixel v4.4.5, and then v5.5.2 - they are a great tools for me, and I appreciate the effort put into the software, but I had to “virtualize” them to be able to use them along with v6.2.2)?
I mean, it’s possible that the upscaling models will become even better, but those new “standard” ones in Photo AI v1.2.0/v1.2.1 and within GAI 6.3.x are really great!
And a small issue - whenever I switch between the images in this version of PAI, the “automatics” sets the Enhance model sliders by itself back to “preferred”, despite me readjusting them to my likings.
I’m not 100% sure myself, but I would assume it’s probably better to use Photo AI first and then adjust afterwards. If Apple Photos bakes in the changes though, then I don’t think it matters which order you do it in.
Apple Photos: No option to append text to the filename. This removes the original image, which we must find via the Folder and add back to Apple Photos. I know this is the initial release, and features will be limited. However, it’s not ready for use until we can save a copy with the original.