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Stand alone Noise Reduction Software???

 
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Mar 01, 2009 19:12 |  #1

I'm using Photoshop CS3 and looking for a stand alone Noise Reduction Software. Requesting opinions - which one and why?

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Mar 01, 2009 19:51 |  #2

Have a look here:

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=653920

I use Noiseware standalone. There is also a free version (Noiseware Community Edition) which only saves in JPG format.




  
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Mar 02, 2009 00:29 as a reply to  @ agedbriar's post |  #3

Noise ninja also comes in standalone as well as photoshop plug in depending on which licence you buy.
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Mar 02, 2009 18:38 as a reply to  @ realitysays's post |  #4

Noiseware Pro comes in a plug in and stand alone..I prefer the plugin, you can remove noise right in photoshop. If you use a stand alone you have to reopen and resave.....a plugin would be best for the image and faster for your processing.




  
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Mar 02, 2009 20:08 |  #5

Many come in standalone and plug-in. Neat mage, Noiseware, Noise Ninja, etc.

Since you are using CS3, why do you want a standalone program for noise reduction? A Photoshop plug-in is more flexible and convenient.

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Mar 02, 2009 23:41 as a reply to  @ gmitchel850's post |  #6

NIK Dfine is the best out there IMO... does an amazing job on even hard to recover shots =)


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Mar 03, 2009 00:01 |  #7

gmitchel850 wrote in post #7441509 (external link)
Many come in standalone and plug-in. Neat mage, Noiseware, Noise Ninja, etc.

Since you are using CS3, why do you want a standalone program for noise reduction? A Photoshop plug-in is more flexible and convenient.

Cheers,

Mitch

I was wondering the same thing.


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Mar 03, 2009 13:30 |  #8

I've used Noise Ninja standalone and it worked fine, but now I'm using it as a plug-in in CS3 and I find its more convenient. I've heard that Noiseware Professional is good also.




  
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