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Topaz Sharpen AI

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What's new in this version:

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.2.1
- Fixed the frequent image must be loaded issues when using auto mode
- Fixed vertical lines in images when using GPU processing mode
- Fixed issue where batch processing would stop/fail on certain images
- Fixed a potential crash when previews go out of bounds
- Fixed the installer dropping the beta plugin
- – We also now delete the beta plugin if it exists, so installing 2.2.1 should fix it if you haven’t fixed it manually
- Fixed a potential crash from the file logger
- Fixed a few cases where the file list view would reflect incorrect settings
- Fixed selection issue when deleting single images from the file list
- Photoshop should now select the previous mode if opening in comparison view
- Reworded the bottom panel on the opening screen to fit on smaller screens
- Reworded parts of the tutorial to match new UI

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.2.0
Added new models that work better on noisy images:
- Enable new models by toggling on the “Extra Noise Suppression” option under the settings sliders

Added comparison view:
- Should work the same as in DeNoise AI

Added option to move controls to left side:
- You can toggle this in preferences

Added tutorial/demo image area on the bottom of the opening screen:
- Updated UI to be consistent with Gigapixel

Updated installers:
- In-app updates should now go faster from 2.2.1 onwards due to splitting large downloads
- Installer now uses native OS interface which should improve compatibility
- Mac installer now displays an error if installing on an unsupported OS
- Full installers should now always install fully and not rely on currently installed components

- Changed default sliders and mode settings to the settings that were last used in the application
- Changed previews so that they cancel when slider values are changed
- Fixed a crash when files with large XMP data were saved as JPG
- Fixed the preview label saying “Preview” when it was actually the original image in some cases

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.1.8
- Fixed minor authentication issues
- Added ability to delay updates

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.1.7
- Fixed an issue where certain files would not open from third-party plugins

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.1.5
- Fixed external editors not saving back to their host properly

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.1.4
- Fixed trials requiring a user to log in again after purchasing
- Fixed various crashes when handling invalid images
- Fixed various crashes when masking RAW images with crop metadata
- Changed authentication logic to support upgrades

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.1.1
- Fixed Photoshop values not being saved properly when re-entering the plugin
- Fixed various Photoshop irregularities that caused differences between standalone and plugin
- Fixed various file list view oddities
- Fixed batch mode settings applying automatically when switching between rows
- Fixed selecting arbitrary rows instead of everything not saving correctly in some cases
- Fixed potential bug where settings do not apply properly when saving multiple images with auto active
- Fixed crash when unable to load files required for auto subject detection
- Fixed Re-Install Photoshop Plugins option on Windows
- Fixed being unable to run the plugin re-installer more than once
- Added Re-Install Photoshop Plugins option in the Help menu for Mac
- Changed external editor mode save button to Apply/Cancel
- Changed various toggle buttons to be the right blue color

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.0.5
- Fixed a crash when saving a large image with a mask
- Fixed an issue that prevented the application from closing when in external editor more
- Fixed the view menu options on Mac not triggering
- Fixed program not closing properly when used as a plugin
- Change to use less VRAM to potentially fix black preview and black output issues

Topaz Sharpen AI v2.0.4
- Fixed mask not saving correctly on images
- Fixed masks not applying to the correct image when multiple were used in a batch
- Fixed mask strokes not clearing when removing images and then re-importing more
- Fixed bug where selecting a row with a mask could clear the strokes
- Lower VRAM usage to avoid running out of memory for common user configurations

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.0.2
- Fix nav panel not updating in auto-update mode in some cases
- Fix the “Are you sure” message showing up even if no images are loaded
- Fix the mask applying full white automatically after switching rows
- Fix instance where save directory would not be set
- Fix the default view setting being invalid

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.0.1
- Fixed Photoshop outputting default settings
- Fixed Lightroom template installation on Mac

Topaz Sharpen AI 2.0.0
Major Features:
- Added ability to selectively mask out sharpness
- Added ability to process batches of images
- Updated AI models

- The right panel has been redesigned to improve clarity
- Save dialog has been redesigned
- Improvements to processing speed
- Added option for default save as prefix

Topaz Sharpen AI 1.4.5
- Add ability to open log folder from within Sharpen AI
- Security update

- General Bug Fixes

Topaz Sharpen AI 1.4.4
- Updated authentication to better handle firewalls

- Fixed an issue that caused Sharpen AI to crash if the file name or path contained non-Latin characters
- Fixed an issue that prevented the in-app updater to run
- Fixed an issue that caused Sharpen AI to ignore the file's orientation metadata

Topaz Sharpen AI 1.4.3
- Model update
- Added Lightroom Preset

- Fixes color artifacts appearing in Sharpen mode for some images

Topaz Sharpen AI 1.4.2
- Model update

- Fixed crashing on 1% issue

Topaz Sharpen AI 1.4.1
- Model update

- Fixed Error: 99 message on attempted update.

Topaz Sharpen AI 1.4.0
New Feature:
- Intel Optimization (OpenVino) in.
- Now a new option “Enable Intel OpenVino” is in preferences. If you choose “Yes”, it will optimize Intel CPUs and Intel iGPUs for Sharpen. Typically, it will make Sharpen run 5 times faster than the previous “CPU” mode. But we cannot guarantee if it can work for CPUs from other vendors (e.g., AMD) or any Intel CPUs before 6th generation. If you still have very high performance dedicated GPUs (e.g., NVIDIA 1080), “Enable discrete GPU” (Yes) option will be the best choice. However, if you have relatively better Intel CPUs or Intel iGPUs than low performance GPU, you will see faster performance on Intel optimization (Yes)
- Automatic detection for the best devices choice.
- Now you do not have to choose between GPU/CPU or enable/disable Intel optimization manually. Sharpen will automatically run a benchmark and choose the best preferences settings for you to achieve the highest speed on your computer. The benchmark will only be triggered once when you process the first image. Thus, the first image will take longer time than usual.3.

- Model update.
- The updated AI is trained with an improved algorithm. For Focus and Stabilize mode, it produces much sharper images than previous versions.

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