Nope, sorry. DxO is primarily a RAW converter. It has a couple of organisational tools but they are very crude compared to, say, Lightroom.Does PL have a decent library management function? I currently use digikam which meets my needs (+ raw therapee for the little editing I do)
but wouldn't mind paying to consolidate
I'm running a 5 year old PC with 32GBRAM, i7 4790K Haswell CPU and a 2GB nVidia GTX Titan Black GPU. Exporting a denoised file back to LR from DxO takes about 40 seconds.Is DXO 4 really good. Will it work at low ISO. I appreciated the extra detail and lower noise in the photos posted above. What are the min specs on Windows 10 computers that work for people. Is it likely to be fast with an i7, 16gb ram and a 4gb graphics card in a 12 month old Dell xps15”?
The differences between the Essential and Elite versions are laid out on DxO's site here. Only Elite has advanced denoising.