Topaz Gigapixel AI v5.6.1 (x64)

Topaz Gigapixel AI v5.6.1 (x64)

Increase image resolution instead of just enlarging pixels.

Gigapixel AI helps you do a single thing very well: increase image resolution in a natural way. This is pretty hard to do. Most upscaling algorithms don’t know how to accurately fill in missing pixels, so you end up with blocky low-quality results.

To solve this problem, Gigapixel AI’s neural networks are continuously trained on a wide variety of sample images to understand how photorealistic detail looks. After learning from millions of images, it can now believably increase resolution on a wide variety of different subjects (portraits, wildlife, landscapes, architecture, etc) and image types (DSLR, web/compressed, CG). The results are often magical. Give it a try!

“Gigapixel AI is essentially the ‘ENHANCE!’ meme in real life. It works so well that one of Topaz Labs’ biggest challenges is convincing customers that the examples on its site are real.”

– Mark Wilson, Fast Company


Improve image quality.

Gigapixel AI can make your image appear like it was captured with a much higher-quality camera. It’s been trained on enough images of different types of subjects (like portraits, landscapes, architecture, and more) to know what photo detail should look like. This allows you to increase your photo’s resolution and quality very naturally with minimal artifacts.

Pixel count isn’t the only thing that affects image quality. Normally, if you start out with a low-quality image, you’ll just end up with a bigger low-quality image if you upscale it. Gigapixel AI’s technology can instead create very believable and natural image detail that can often look amazing.

We’ve included the original versions of these sample images so you can try it for yourself. Enjoy!



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