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How to update A.I. Gigapixel, or authenticate your purchase

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What you’ll need to follow along

 

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This introductory level walkthrough is really easy to follow along with but you will need just a few things if you’d like to follow along with me:

1. Topaz A. I. Gigapixel. You’ll need A.I. Gigapixel downloaded and installed on your computer if you’d like to follow along during this tutorial. It’s free to download and you can activate a 30-day trial by following the steps here: A.I Gigapixel Help Center Article.

2. Less than 5 minutes. This beginner’s level walkthrough will take less than 5 minutes to complete.

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Opening the Application and Logging in

 

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Once you’ve downloaded and installed A.I. Gigapixel, you’ll be greeted with a login screen. You just need to log in using your Topaz Studio account, the same account you use to login to the Topaz Website.

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After you log in you’ll be given a window to start a trial or buy the application, if you’d like to start a trial you can click the trial button to start a free 30-day trial. If you’ve already purchased the application you should go right to the next step.

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Updating your Application

 

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After you’ve logged in you’ll be greeted with a window to add an image. Navigate to the help option in the application menubar, then click on the check for updates item to update to the latest version.

Once you’ve started updating just follow the onscreen instructions, the application will automatically relaunch once updating is complete.

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Validating Your Purchase

 

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If you’ve purchased A.I. Gigapixel and would like to update the application to reflect your purchase, it’s easy to do.

  1. Relaunch A.I. Gigapixel after purchasing, and open an image.
  2. ‘Update your Product Ownership’ from the help drop down menu.
  3. You will receive a notification thanking you for your purchase, indicating that you have successfully activated A.I. Gigapixel.

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If these steps didn’t work for you, try logging out and back in again with your purchase account. You can do this by going to the “switch users” item in the help menu, then logging back into your account. This should force the application to sync to your account and validate your purchases.

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You can post a question on the forums to get tips and assistance from other topaz users here: http://discuss.topazlabs.com

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Visit the Help Center

You can visit the help center to search for articles or submit a ticket here: http://help.topazlabs.com

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A.I. Gigapixel – What does the “Reduce Noise and Blur” option do?

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In the A.I. Gigapixel V1.1 update (released September 5, 2018), Our research scientist Dr. Acharjee has made substantial improvements on the deep learning models behind the scenes.   Those enhancements are reflected as replacing the “Enhancement” checkbox with a multi-level “Reduce Noise and Blur” options.

The difference is very subtle for most photos, for which the default setting (“Moderate”) will work well. For the highest quality result, you may want to try different “Reduction Noise and Blur” settings.

In this release, we have included 3 sets of neural networks tailored for images of different quality. The option selects one of the neural networks:

 

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“None”:  This neural network was trained with clean images.  If your original photo is a well exposed RAW or is otherwise free of visible artifacts, this option will best preserve and create fine detail.  Here is an example of what the input image (top-left corner, 96×96 cropped from a large input image) should look and the enhanced result. Notice the input impage is pretty much free from high iso or other noise.

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“Moderate”: This default option will suppress a moderate amount of image noise and JPEG compression artifacts and apply some sharpening. This setting is good for most consumer-level standard cameras and phone photos. In the example, you can see the noise in the input image, A.I. Gigapixel does a decent job resizing it to 400% while cleaning up the noise.

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“Strong”: This option is for noisy, highly compressed, or otherwise artifacted images. This neural network applies the heaviest level of sharpening and noise reduction. Unfortunately, if too much information is missing or obscured by noise, A.I. cannot synthesize details properly (as in the example), and sometimes produce strange structures on details like faces. Alas, A.I. is not quite that magical when it comes to recreating faces yet. Therefore, do not use this setting on clean photos, that don’t have much noise.

 

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Since Gigapixel will not overwrite the original images, you can experiment with each setting to your heart’s content.

On a separate note, observant users may have noticed that the new update is slower when the image scale is less than 220%.  This is true. Dr. Acharjee has made substantial progress on the neural network archtecture for a considerable increase in image quality. According to feedback from the general community, speed takes a backseat to quality results.  For scales greater than 220%, different optimizations were implemented that will not result in longer processing times.

Happy A.I. Gigapixeling!

Feng (Albert) Yang – CEO, Topaz Labs

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About Albert Yang

Albert Yang founded Topaz Labs over 10 years ago, to form a company that adopts and implements the latest technology to introduce cutting-edge tools to the Photo market. With over 30 years of programming experience, he’s proud to offer his technical expertise to our users as the primary developer of our latest tools.

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A.I. Gigapixel walk through with Heath Robinson

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Overview of the A.I. Gigapixel Interface

 

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This introductory level walkthrough is really easy to follow along with but you will need just a few things if you’d like to follow along with me:

1. Topaz A. I. Gigapixel. You’ll need A.I. Gigapixel downloaded and installed on your computer if you’d like to follow along during this tutorial. It’s free to download and you can activate a 30-day trial by following the steps here: A.I Gigapixel Help Center Article.

2. Any Image you want to Upscale. Grab any image to follow along and try it out for yourself.

3. About 5 minutes. This beginner’s level walkthrough will only take about 5 minutes to complete.

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Opening the Application and Logging in

 

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Once you’ve downloaded and installed A.I. Gigapixel, you’ll be greeted with a login screen. You just need to log in using your Topaz Studio account, the same account you use to login to the Topaz Website.

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After you log in you’ll be given a window to start a trial or buy the application, if you’d like to start a trial you can click the trial button to start a free 30-day trial. If you’ve already purchased the application you should go right to the next step.

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Opening an Image

 

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After you’ve logged in you’ll be greeted with a window to add an image, you can drag and drop images into this window, or click the window to browse for the images you’d like to open. You can select multiple images or drag them into the application to add them to your Queue.

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The Image Queue

 

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Once opened your image queue will list in the left side of the interface, showing a thumbnail and a file path. you can double click the images in the Queue to open them in your default photo viewer or click the trash can icon to remove images from the Queue.

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Enlarge Options

 

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The first section of settings in A.I. Gigapixel is the Enlarge Options section. You can enlarge by scale by selecting the radial options for 200%, 400% etc. You can also enter a custom scale value ranging from 20% to 600% in size.

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You can also enlarge by size which lets you input a custom value to size your image by width, height, or width and height and to size by pixels, centimeters, or inches. Using the width and height option will scale your image to fit the parameters you assign, fitting within the defined “box”. Your images will never be distorted or cropped and will always retain its original aspect ratio.

You also have the option to “Enhance Image” which will apply noise reduction post processing to improve the quality of noisy or highly compressed input images. This option shouldn’t be used on input images without significant noise or artifacting.

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Output Format

 

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The Output Format section determines the file types your processed images will be saved as. You can select JPG, TIFF, or PNG with additional options for image quality, color profile, or if you’re using TIFF bit depth.

You can also select to “Match the input format” which will keep your processed images file type, additionally, you can select whether to apply the settings to Raw images only or to all images processed. (if processing Raw images you need to select a format here, Gigapixel cannot output a raw file type).

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Output Name and Location

 

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The output name and location settings let you choose where to save your images and how they’ll be named. By default images are saved back to the source folder with the suffix “_output” added. By unchecking the “save to Input file location” checkbox you can specify a custom location to save the images to by clicking “browse”.

You can enter a custom prefix or suffix for your processed images by typing in the provided fields, and you can also check a box to preserve metadata for the upscaled images this will result in slightly slower processing.

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You’re Ready to Go!

 

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Once you have the settings you’d like for your batch you can click the start button and AI Gigapixel will begin working through your image queue, showing a blue progress bar on each image as it processes, and a green checkbox once the image is complete.

You’ll also notice under the file location the dimensions for your images original and processed sizes. Clicking on any of the images once processed will show you a preview of your processed image in your system’s default photo viewer.

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