Regardless where the file originated, when opened by SilverFast HDR what the user is working with is a virtual representation on a Preview screen that is interactive with the tools and processes of the SilverFast software, quickly and efficiently to result in a new finished image file ready for all types of use and reproduction. In addition LaserSoft SilverFast HDR is a fully color managed application, and includes SilverFast PrintTao, a utility to print the image files directly from HDR or any other saved files accessible on your computer system.
Powerful features included with SilverFast HDR Software:
HDR – High Dynamic Range: High Contrast Range for More Image Details
Color Reproduction and Management
Non-destructive Image Optimization
Multiple Processings without Loss of Quality
Constant Maximum Bit Depth and Image Information
Clone-Tool, SRDx, HiRePP, JobManager …
JobMonitor: SilverFast iPhone App
Optional Add-on: ColorServer Image Processing System
SilverFast HDR offers tools for automatic image optimization and color cast removal. You can easily adapt individual colors or the overall color impression. Tools for image sharpening and removal of defects make the HDR software a performant allrounder.
If you want to get the maximum out of the digital images coming from your camera or other sources, SilverFast supports you with numerous automatic functions. SilverFast HDR helps you to restore the original quality of the scanned images. The JobManager facilitates your work by allowing you to process series of images manually or with optimizations that you copy from one image to the other images.
As integral part of the SilverFast RAW data concept, SilverFast offers optimal quality from end to end. You work lossless and non-destructive with full bit depth at all times, keeping your original images untouched and with the option to return to their initial state. Instead of processing your images over and over again with every tool, SilverFast stores your optimizations in the first place. They are then applied in an optimal sequence during the final processing. Thus, you do not have to worry about the order in which the tools are used.