Recommended system configuration to process 8-12-megapixel images is:
Minimum system requirements are:
System requirements for practical use of Neat Image depend on size of input images. The more system RAM is available the larger the images that can be handled. The processing speed is determined primarily by the processor number-crunching power and memory speed.
The plug-in version of Neat Image can work with any image file format supported by Photoshop (or another compatible plug-in host). The RGB and grayscale images are supported by the plug-in.
The standalone version of Neat Image supports the following formats of input images (the same formats are supported to save output images ***):
Color input images are supposed to be in a flavor of RGB color space, like AdobeRGB, sRGB, etc. If an input image is in some flavor of RGB color space then Neat Image produces the output image in exactly the same flavor of RGB color space.
Minimum size of the input images is 40x40 pixels; maximum size is usually limited by the amount of system RAM available.
The plug-in version of the filter is compatible with the following plug-in hosts:
The plug-in may be compatible with other hosts as well.
*** There are some limitations in the Demo edition. Please see Detailed feature map for more information.