DXO labs have put out a point update to the Nik Software Collection 4 that fixes some bugs, and improves performance. Unfortunately it still doesn’t solve the issues I have previously mentioned with Capture One.
According to the company’s press release, the software includes the following improvements:
- Overall responsiveness of the interface and option to preview the effects applied to the image, whether in fit or fill mode or zoomed in.
- Significant improvement to U Point technology resulting in more responsive Control Points and adjustments.
- Better support for very high-resolution images.
The responsiveness improvements will be greatly appreciated, as it was one of the issues I noted when I previously looked at the software. I haven’t had a chance to properly try it yet, but hopefully it will make it better. It was especially noticeable on the M1 Macs. Note that based on my testing, this release does not solve the Capture One bug previously reported here. I’m still waiting for an official response on this.
In addition to the update, the company has extended the launch pricing until the end of July, and they’ve also reset the 30 day trial period, so if you had tried it previously, you can try it again now.