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NoNoise AI Edit / Lens Correction

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    That is correct. The NoNoise before preview does not include the lens correction. It can't as lens correction is applied after the noise removal. To show the image before the noise removal means showing it without the lens correction.

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  • Chay Wesley

    Ok, but I guess that feels easily enough dealt with for the purpose of the UX.  The "before" image is static during the edit of the NoNoise AI settings, right?  When the user activates the NoNoise-AI editor, why not generate a single, temporary image with the lens correction applied and then use that as the "before" image on screen?  ..or.. don't apply the lens correction to the preview of the "after" image? Maybe it's just me, but it drives me bonkers trying to compare visual qualities of two photos with a before/after slider when, except for my current edit, all other things are not equal.  I suppose I can just slide the before/after slider all the way over to the left and ignore the "before" and focus on the "after".  Thanks for the response.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    I'm just the messenger. I don't work for the company. You'l have to talk with tech support about your idea.

    You can turn off the before preview entirely by clicking the A button at the bottom of the screen or by pressing Command/Control-Y.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Part of the problem is that the noise gets removed before the raw data has been assembled into an image.

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