DxO launches PureRAW – a new software for enhancing RAW images




DxO announced PureRAW – “a new software designed to enhance RAW files and expand the capabilities with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom Classic“. The new DxO PureRAW is available for both Windows and macOS with a special intro price of $89.99 instead of $129 until May 31, 2021.

DxO PureRAW additional information:

DxO, a leader in the photography and photo-editing industry, is now unveiling DxO PureRAW, its new software designed to enhance RAW files and expand the capabilities with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom Classic. Using exclusive technologies DxO developed over nearly a twenty-year period in the fields of demosaicing, denoising, and optical corrections, DxO PureRAW prepares and transforms RAW files into images free from any hint of digital noise or unwanted optical effects so you can unlock even more possibilities with Adobe solutions.

Expertly restored RAW photos

There are a number of applications for DxO PureRAW. In photography, the software lets users revisit old RAW images taken with equipment that has since become obsolete. Old photos are instantly made to look like they were taken with the most recent technology, and limitations on ISO values become a thing of the past.

Incredibly simple to use

DxO PureRAW can be easily incorporated into the photographer’s workflow ahead of Adobe Lightroom Classic or their normal RAW file converter. Users can continue using their same editing environment.

Using DxO PureRAW couldn’t be easier: simply select images from the software’s browser window or use the drag-and-drop feature, then choose the desired level of denoising, where you want to save the file, and your final file format (DNG or JPG). Zero sliders or complicated settings required!

Price and availability

DxO PureRAW for Windows and macOS is now available for download on the DxO website for a special launch price of $89.99 instead of $129 until May 31, 2021:

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