AI Software Enables Lossless Image Enlargement

by Mat Dirjish

AKVIS is offering an update to its Magnifier AI image-resizing software that the company claims produces lossless image enlargement. Version 11.0 includes color processing improvements, a redesigned user interface, support for more RAW files, and greater operating stability.

Magnifier AI is artificial intelligence (AI) driven image resizing software employing a trained neural network that chooses the best way to create high-quality images. The software boosts image resolution up to 800% to produce wall-sized image renderings.

The update improves AI algorithms and provides automatic fine-tuning of output colors. Reportedly, results look more natural and closer to the original image. Other updates include a new user interface that supports current trends, file saving options for batch processing, and extended support for RAW files. Also, the CUDA-powered module is now a separate download

Magnifier AI runs on Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit) and on macOS 10.12-11.0 (64-bit). It can run as a standalone application and a plugin filter for Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Photoshop Elements.

Magnifier AI comes in Home, Home Deluxe, and Business versions with differing levels of functionality. A Home license sells for $89. The update is free for users who bought the software in the last 12 months. Users, whose licenses are older and are not valid for the new version, can get Magnifier AI 11.0 for $14.95.

AKVIS Magnifier AI 11.0: Lossless Image Enlargement

Getting moist with excitement? Can’t wait to enlarge all that you see? If so, a fully functional Magnifier AI free 10-day trial is available that allows users to evaluate all features without activation. If you need brighter illumination, peruse the Magnifier AI overview.

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