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Enlarger PRO v3.03

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Items' started by brainsgonedead2000, Aug 15, 2019.

  1. brainsgonedead2000

    brainsgonedead2000 Well-Known Member
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    I know this is old but there is literally nothing new on Softpedia at all! File name says 3.0 but it is 3.03, see about option. Watermark and demo snag removed.

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    rofessional-grade photo enlargement
    With the advent of digital imaging, the ability to blow-up images from negatives or slides disappeared. Many valuable shots have been discarded due to the subject being just too small to print. Enlarger PRO gives photographers and picture editors the ability to trim huge sections off digital images and still allow striking full-page print-outs.

    Power mixed with class-leading ease of use
    Enlarger PRO is remarkably easy to use, yet offers incredibly powerful photographic enlargement. Just select your input image, select an output file-name, choose your enlargement factor and click the "Process" button and Bearded Frog Enlarger PRO will do the rest.

    Obviously we can't invent detail which does not exist in the input image, however, we are able to use our revolutionary algorithms to keep sharp areas of the image remarkably sharp, and also retain the texture and feel of more subtle areas.

    Below are some examples of the output available from Enlarger PRO compared with traditional enlarging techniques Note that the images below are ACTUAL input and output images without re-sampling, retouching or telling lies. We would suggest that if you are comparing these images with those found on our competitors' web sites, you should download both products and do a true side by side comparison.

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    200% enlargement
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    Traditional enlargement, 200%

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    Bicubic enlargement, 200%

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    Enlarger PRO, 200%


    Even at 200% enlargement, the differences are visible, traditional enlargement, is already showing enormous amounts of pixelation and is already unusable for any real application requiring quality. Bi-cubic enlargement is also starting to look poor, the output image is looking grainy and softer around the edges in comparison to Enlarger PRO.

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    Traditional enlargement, 400%

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    Bicubic enlargement, 400%

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    Enlarger PRO, 400%


    At 400% enlargement the differences are unmistakable, the edges are far sharper using Enlarger PRO, which is still showing no sign of blurring. The edges are clearly more defined, and the image looks much smoother and cleaner. When printed out at 300 DPI, this image still maintains the qualities of the original image, even on close inspection.
     
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  2. Bezio

    Bezio Well-Known Member
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    Never tried this one! I work with the Gigapixel (Topaz) since its first edition. The results are unbelievable after 600% enlargement!
     
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  3. brainsgonedead2000

    brainsgonedead2000 Well-Known Member
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    I think this one is rubbish but I am bored mate, plus I never enlarge photos. I only scale down, better to take large photos then reduce not the other way round.
     
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  4. Bezio

    Bezio Well-Known Member
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    Hahah! Sometimes enlargement is good. When im searching for photos and find some but are really small 500x800 with gigapixel i do them over 2000px with great quality!
     
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    brainsgonedead2000 Well-Known Member
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    I would be careful to not enlarge them that much, all it literally does is add noise and blue the edges. But if its not for anything special or print why worry.
     
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    NICE!! ilike it, Thanks!!