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PRESS RELEASE: theimagingfactory has just released NoiseReduction Pro v3 for Mac OS X.
NoiseReduction Pro is a Photoshop plugin for reducing several types of luminance and color noise in digital images. Based on an extremely fast, split 5 level redundant wavelet algorithm, this plugin is without a doubt the quickest offering of its kind. Incorporating a resizable, live preview window and interactive controls, the plugin allows for easy determination of the optimal parameters.
The plugin comes with a quickstart guide and manual, and is priced at USD$99.95. Owners of a previous version purchased in or after July 2005 are eligible for a free upgrade, prior purchases are eligible for the USD$39.95 upgrade offer. Visit http://www.theimagingfactory.com for more information and to download the plugin for a 30-day full-function test-drive.
- resizable preview window still offering a live, realtime preview image,
- user-definable presets for each individual parameter section,
- scriptable via the Photoshop action palette,
- support for GrayScale, RGB, and Lab mode.
- optimized engine that favors 16-bit processing.
The privately held, innovative company theimagingfactory develops solutions to common and specific problems within the digital imaging workflow. It was founded in the year 2000 with the mission of developing and selling software for digital imaging that would make the digital imaging process easier, more comprehensive, more cost-effective, or simply more pleasurable.
True to its mission, theimagingfactory has established an extensive product portfolio consisting of interactive, easy-to-use, Photoshop compatible plug-ins that simplify the digital imaging process.
(First posted on Monday, November 7, 2005 at 09:40 EST)