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Local Stats Denoising Filter


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This is a noise reduction filter for e.g. improving photos taken at high ISO values. It works by averaging similar texture patches to reduce noise and at the same time preserve edges and details.

The plugin contains two filters available from the Effects | Noise menu. The Local Stats Denoising which is probably the most powerful but also a bit harder to setup and the Adaptive Noise Reduction which is an older version but easier to use.

 

Download version 2.0.0 (2019-08-30)

 

https://www.fosshub.com/Image-Analyzer-old.html?dwl=LocalStatsDenoisingFilterPDN2.0.0.zip   Most of his plugins can be found in this zip.


 Unzip the file in the Paint.NET\Effects folder or Documents\paint.net App Files\Effects if PDN was installed from the Windows Store.

If you like this, please consider donating to the author at http://meesoft.logicnet.dk/Analyzer/support.htm

Edited by MichaelVinther
fixed old link
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Dear all,

the link does NOT work, i have trouble to download this plugin with MS Edge and Firefox, it shows an "Image Analyzer" download page from "meesoft" in fosshub.com.

Any way to fix ?

Kind regards,

Giulio

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15 minutes ago, skyone said:

Any way to fix ?

 

FOSSHUB moved the downloads to an older versions page: https://www.fosshub.com/Image-Analyzer-old.html?dwl=LocalStatsDenoisingFilterPDN2.0.0.zip

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