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by Ed Cordes on Sat Sep 08, 2018 7:30 pm
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I have been using Ai Clear for a while now.  Here is my non expert assessment.

I like it a lot, but there are some images that still look better with NIK.  I think the images that work with NIK better are those without a lot of fine detail like bird feathers or small stone details etc.

Ai Clear is outstanding with images containing fine details .  It does reduce noise using either low or medium settings.  It is amazing in how it sharpens detail.  In fact, I have taken to using it as my "capture sharpening" step instead of PK sharpener or Lightroom sharpening. 

It is easy to use and I am getting used to the user interface required by Topaz.  All in all I think it an excellent tool to have in arsenal.

Hope this helps.  I look forward to other's comments.
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by Tim Zurowski on Sat Sep 08, 2018 8:45 pm
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Been using Topaz DeNoise for a couple of years now and LOVE IT! What's the difference between Ai Clear and DeNoise??
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by E.J. Peiker on Sat Sep 08, 2018 9:07 pm
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This should answer your questions:
https://topazlabs.com/introducing-ai-clear/
 

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