System Requirements

 Mac

 OS: OS X 10.9, 10.10, 10.11

 GPU: OpenGL 2.1 support or higher

 RAM: At least 2GB

 Windows

 OS: Windows 7, 8, or 10 - 64bit Only

 GPU: OpenGL 2.1 support or higher

 RAM: At least 2GB

 File Type Support:

 JPEG - supported

 PNG - supported

 TIFF - supported

 RAW (DNG, CR2, etc) - not supported*

*If you would like to edit your RAW files you will either need to use a host editor that can read them like Lightroom or Photoshop, or convert it to one of the formats listed above

DeNoise 6 is Now Standalone! Includes Drag & Drop to open Image

You no longer need a host editor like Photoshop to use DeNoise! Now, you can open DeNoise 6 and begin removing noise right away, without the use of any other application needed. However, you are still able to use DeNoise 6 as a plugin in Photoshop, Lightroom, photoFXlab (update required, see here), and other host editing applications, just like you could in DeNoise 5. If you have any trouble finding DeNoise 6 in any of your host editors, please see the guides below and follow the steps needed to add DeNoise.

DeNoise 6 in Standalone Mode

Batch Processing

DeNoise 6's batch processing control window
In DeNoise 6, you can now batch process entire directories of images, with a quick and easy setup. The basic layout of the Batch Processing feature window is shown here:
  1. This section allows you to select your input folder(s), which should contain images that you want to remove noise from. Note, you can also include subfolders!
  2. This section will allow you to set your own naming convention for the batch-processed images you will be editing, with the following options:
    • Document Naming
    • Serial Numbers, with starting number option
    • Underscores
    • Dates
  3. Lastly, you can hide DeNoise's main window while your photos are being processed. You can always peek at the progress window to keep an eye on your edits.
For more information about batch processing in DeNoise 6, please see our How to Batch Process in DeNoise 6 article, which contains text, visual, and video guides taking you through the entire process.

Camera Specific Presets

Topaz DeNoise 6 includes new camera make and model presets to choose from.

If you choose a preset category belonging to a camera maker like Canon, Nikon, Sony, etc., then you will see presets that are designed to work with the various ISO levels of cameras made by that manufacturer. If you choose DeNoise 5 presets then you will see presets that you are familiar with from previous versions of DeNoise (light, moderate, strong, etc.). Of course, these will not be a perfect application of DeNoise, so you should use the presets as a starting point, and make small changes as necessary for your image for the best result.

Light, Medium, Strong, etc
ISO values for various camera models

 More presets will be added with updated versions of DeNoise 6. Just because you do not see your camera here, does not mean your camera is 'unsupported'.

 Camera Specific Presets Available

DeNoise 6.0.0

Canon


EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 5DS R
EOS 7D Mark I
PowerShot SX510

Nikon


D750
D800
D810
Df

Panasonic


DMC-G3

Sony


SLT-A65

Olympus


OM-D E-M1

DeNoise 6.0.1

Canon


EOS 5D Mark II
EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 5DS R
EOS 7D Mark I
EOS 7D Mark II New
PowerShot SX510

Nikon


1 AW1 New
D750
D800
D810
Df

Panasonic


DMC-G3

Sony


SLT-A65

Olympus


OM-D E-M1

Fujifilm New


X100T New

 More presets will be added in future updates to DeNoise. We have several in store, so check this page periodically to see what we've been adding!


High Resolution Monitor Support

Topaz DeNoise 6 now supports high-DPI monitors, on large and small screens. If you are having trouble viewing your DeNoise 6 application window, please ensure you have set your Change the size of text, apps, and other items: to the Microsoft recommended 200%, as seen below. When you change this setting, you must close and restart DeNoise 6 to see the changes in the interface.

The correct setting for high resolution monitors in Windows 10

EXIF Data View

You can now view the EXIF metadata that is attached to your image, in the top bar of the DeNoise 6 window. This information will list your:

  • Camera Model
  • ISO
  • Aperture
  • Shutter Speed
  • File Name
Here's an example of what that information looks like in DeNoise 6

How To Update

If you already have DeNoise 5:

Select your operating system below, and you will download the DeNoise 6 Update. DeNoise now requires at least Windows 7 x64, which means you cannot use DeNoise 6 on 32bit versions of Windows. The update is free for existing owners of DeNoise. Even if you haven't updated since the original version of DeNoise, you can still get DeNoise 6. All you need is your existing 30-digit license key to activate the updated version of Denoise 6. If you do not have a 30-digit license key, and have an alpha-numeric key, please  Submit a Ticket, and we will provide you with a valid key.

If you do not have DeNoise:

Please head to the Topaz Labs Web Store and purchase DeNoise.  If you would like to try it out for 30 days, instead, simply head to our Downloads Page, and download the installer, or use one of the download buttons above.  You will then press Start Trial to use the software for 30 days, on the first launch.  After 30 days, you will be asked to head to our Web Store to purchase DeNoise.

 Topaz Labs Web Store

Having trouble downloading DeNoise 6?
Please try the article here
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