On a recent video Dylan described that both NoNoise AI and Tack Sharp AI are processed at the bottom of the layer stack. I'm having trouble with that depiction and how ON1 seems to really operate.
Since I have trouble with how Tack Sharp AI accentuates potential noise and small specs in an image, I thought that if I apply NoNoise AI first, then duplicate that layer, and then try Tack Sharp on only the duplicate, I'd get beneficial results. Nope. I get the same unwanted accentuation as if starting fresh. There's something retained in the duplicate layer so that the attempted Tack Sharp is operating upon the original.
I guess I could Export an image after NoNoise AI applied, and open that. Sure is cumbersome.
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