Split Views

 

The split view options let you compare the original and the processed image side by side as well as visually choose other denoising parameters.

The Multi Check Box

If the Multi check box is activated, each split view stripe displays the same image section. If the Multi check box is deactivated, different effects will be applied to different image sections and the image will be fully displayed in the preview.


Left, Right, Bottom and Top View

These four split views let you compare the original image with the modified version side by side. The corrected image will be displayed on the left, right, top or bottom in the preview as the names indicate.


Lum. Intensity, Lum. Threshold, Lum. Radius

These three split views let you compare three luminance denoising parameters which are located on the Manual tab sheet. There are five split areas. The third, middle area displays the effect of the current setting while the others show the effect of smaller and higher values. The first area displays the lowest possible value, so usually without or very weak denoising. The second area shows half of the currently used value and the forth shows a 1.5 times higher value. The fifth area shows a value that is double as large as the current one.

Hold down the Shift key and click on one of the stripes to choose the appropriate setting. Doing so deactivates split view and shows the result of the chosen stripe.




Color Threshold, Color Radius

These split views let you compare two color denoising parameters which are located on the Manual tab sheet. There are five split stripes. The third, middle area displays the effect of the current setting while the others show the effect of smaller and higher values. The first area displays the lowest possible value, so usually without or very weak denoising. The second area shows half of the currently used value and the forth shows a 1.5 times higher value. The fifth area shows a value that is double as large as the current one.

Hold down the Shift key and click on one of the stripes to choose the appropriate setting. Doing so deactivates split view and shows the result of the chosen stripe.