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Ralph Bressler I tried to enlarge a smaller picture with this program. It took FOREVER and the result was terrible. Any ordinary editor would have done a better job.
Oct 31 2012 at 4:10am Copy Link
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reshade owner-customer Try their online resizer at www.reshade.com (hint, uncheck denoise)

The native program should be faster and have more user selectable options than the online version which basically uses default settings (which are usually good enough). The program will take a little longer than "any ordinary editor" because this is doing a much better job of enlarging. Try it with more normal size image files.
Oct 31 2012 at 5:16am Copy Link
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Ralph Bressler The length of time was effected by trying to create a very large image. However, I tried taking an image 720 pixels wide and enlarging it to 1600 pixels wide. I did this with Reshade and with a simple editor. The two resulting pictures appeared to be identical. I don't see the need for this program if you already have a competent editor.
Oct 31 2012 at 6:16am Copy Link
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Software Guy Previously I had written some good words for Reshade but they seem to have disappeared. So I will condense it- for $20 this is a good deal and should meet the needs of most users. Reshade Enlarger Pro has batch (and something called context tuning) but is pricey.
If you only have a few photos to resize then use their (Reshade's)online service. But at $20 this is a handy tool to have available and does a job which is comparable in quality to most other good enlargers Two comments - the quality I refer to is based on the output of V2 - we can only hope V3 lite has the same quality as the old version 2. AND, for comment 2 - most other good photo enlarger programs are more expensive than $20, some by quite a bit (the others are bearded frog photo enlarger, the Imagener series and benViastas photozoom classic and pro, onone7.5 perfect resizer and Stoik software's smart resizer to name a few).
Nov 1 2012 at 12:25pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Software Guy

Sorry for the disappearing comment! Long story short, we had an obsolete promotion page listed initially. This is the real one, but the comments didn't survive the transition.

Thanks for re-posting!

-r
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 1 2012 at 12:27pm Copy Link
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Ralph Bressler After evaluating both versions of this program, I would be much more interested in the pro version. Any chance of a discount on this program?
Nov 1 2012 at 10:36pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Ralph

Nope, today's promotion is for the Lite version only.

-r
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 1 2012 at 10:56pm Copy Link
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El Matador I'm not getting the discount when I press the "Buy Now" button (It's still full price)
Nov 2 2012 at 12:20am Copy Link
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Ralph Bressler Click through on Order Now and you will see the discount.
Nov 2 2012 at 1:01am Copy Link
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El Matador @Ralph Bressier: Thanks:). Just bought it!
Nov 2 2012 at 1:21am Copy Link
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Vlad Hosu I've tried answering some of questions below, if you have any other please feel free to ask. You can also email us directly supportreshade.com .

There are several things you need to make sure when using the program. First, make sure the input image is big enough to start with otherwise there may not be enough usable information to allow for a high quality upsize. For instance, Reshade will not be able to create a poster size image from a desktop icon, unless you allow for strong distortions. In many cases this will require tweaking the parameters quite a bit. Expect longer processing with larger changes. A Reshade task usually takes longer than a basic image resizing, the algorithms involved are more complex.

As mentioned in a previous comment, the defaults for the online resizer involve smoothing for small images. This may not be appealing all the time. A similar default applies to the stand-alone. Reshade allows to bring-down the distortions by lowering the 'Control' value. This almost always returns better results, on any image, compared to an 'ordinary editor'.

It's a matter of choice if you pick the stand-alone or the online resizer we offer on reshade.com. The web version does come for free, however it's limited to 1900x1200px and is slower. This makes it usable only for very low resolution image blow-ups. By contrast, the stand-alone goes as high as 300MPixels which will allow you to easily enlarge DSLR photos to correct print sizes.

Regarding the comment about getting identical pictures after using Reshade and some other image resizer. This typically happens if you compare both images directly on your screen, without zooming in to actual pixel size. To render the whole image on your monitor, most viewers will shrink it back to screen size, thus removing the improvements that Reshade creates. The best comparison should be done by printing the enlarged images, at high resolutions (300 DPI or more). In this case the display resolution will be much higher than a standard screen (72 DPI), and the comparison is easier to make. In any case, if you want to see more obvious changes, slide any of the detail enhancement parameters (Texture, Control) closer to their maximums.

Software Guy
The speed improvements in Reshade 3.0 are not introduced as a trade-off between quality and speed. Reshade 3.0 is just as good as v2.0 or maybe better in some cases, but much faster, depending on the number of cores mainly.

Ralph Bressler
Regarding the discount for Reshade 3.0 PRO, because you can upgrade from the LITE version to PRO for $59, you can think of this offer as almost a 40% off the PRO version.
Reshade - Nov 2 2012 at 2:25am Copy Link
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Ralph Bressler @vlad: I appreciate the time you took to give a complete explanation. You are correct that I am more worried about screen presentation than printing. I understand how that negates some of the usefulness of the program. Yours is surely the best value around. I say this after comparing it to some of the "industry standards" that cost much more and give the same result.
Nov 2 2012 at 3:52am Copy Link
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Kate Hadley This is the best image resizer... period. I have the pro version, and believe me I don't pay out a huge amount of cash for one program unless it's absolutely the best. I probably don't use any of the 'Pro' features but still wouldn't be without it. So this lite version is fantastic value for money if like me, you only want to resize the odd image or have the patience to do it one by one. I will repeat this is the best program for what it does - and yes I've tried others. Snatch this up while you can.
Nov 2 2012 at 6:03am Copy Link
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Petr I bought this Lite version. There is no link to download the Lite version. Please direct me to the download url. thx
Nov 2 2012 at 6:42am Copy Link
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Vlad Hosu @Petr: Please follow the download link listed on the official product page: http://reshade.com/product/ . Enter the license and you're ready to go.
Reshade - Nov 2 2012 at 6:54am Copy Link
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Amit Only a image enlarger. Not to complain - but at the price of $69 - it should have more functions which are missing - like -

Effects and borders,
other enhancements like which are common in most other good softwares.

If had been a complete image processor, would have been much better - at this price atleast ($70). And batch processing too.
Nov 2 2012 at 2:32pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Amit

Sounds like this isn't the software for you. Reshade is a powerhouse *professional* image-enlarging tool, which is a rather complex process -- especially if quality results are expected.

If borders and effects are what you're looking for, you're right, there are plenty of other options out there.

But they sure won't do image enlarging the way Reshade does.

-r
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 2 2012 at 2:49pm Copy Link
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Don Hess Can't wait for this one! Hope it works as well as described.
Mar 28 2013 at 6:10am Copy Link
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Software Guy This is a nice deal for a high quality image enlarger. the pro version has a batch enlargement function.
Question for the developer - Reshade has been offered in the past on BDJ. Now there are two versions - lite and pro. What is the upgrade policy for those that have purchased Reshade in 2009, 2010, or 2011 before there were two versions?
Mar 29 2013 at 4:36am Copy Link
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Vlad Hosu Previous versions before Reshade 3.0 can be upgraded directly to PRO for the same price as upgrading from LITE to PRO.
Reshade - Mar 29 2013 at 5:46am Copy Link
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Al Aymer Is there any discount on the Pro version?
Sep 27 2013 at 8:54pm Copy Link
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Nic Barlow The Pro version looks MUCH more interesting....
Sep 28 2013 at 11:44am Copy Link
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Vlad Hosu This sale is for Reshade LITE only. The PRO version is not discounted as deep.
Reshade - Sep 28 2013 at 9:04pm Copy Link
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Donald Wilson Will this work on Windows 8 64 bit?
Sep 30 2013 at 4:11am Copy Link
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Vlad Hosu Reshade is fully compatible with Windows 7 and previous releases. The 32bit version of Reshade has been designed to work on Windows 8 64 bit.
Reshade - Sep 30 2013 at 8:22am Copy Link
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Colin Koh Hi, I bought a copy but unable to install with the exe. file I downloaded. Sent a email to support reshade.com but no response so far. Please assist. Rgds Colin Koh
Oct 1 2013 at 7:06am Copy Link
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Vlad Hosu @Colin: Can you please send the email again.

You may have better luck downloading the file directly from our website if this was not the case http://reshade.com/product/stand-alone .
Reshade - Oct 1 2013 at 7:34am Copy Link
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Software Guy Photo enlarger software is a specialized and pricey type of utility, with prices reflecting commercial use professional photo software.
Reshade is a very high quality enlarger, and is recommended. The pro version is an additional $59 upgrade, with additional features and batch processing. The Lite version is perfect for occasional and home use.
For any of these enlargers, expect to do some cleanup at 400% enlargement or greater. But for most general use purposes, their enlarged output is of very good quality.

FYI - Below is a quick summary of alternative photo enlargement software with some special features noted:
Free:
Digital Image Magnifier -no batch
Smilla Enlarger -no batch
Commercial:
Bearded Frog Enlarger Pro $ 39 -no batch *Easy, Good value*
Reshade online free and up, Lite $70 Pro $130 with batch
Imagener Enhanced $30 pro $50 unlimited $100 (raster to vector)- no batch
Stoik Smart Resizer $49 with batch *Best Value*
Inpixio Photo Maximizer $166 with batch
BenVista series Classic $99 Pro $199 with batch
Perfect Resize $49 Standard $149 Premium with batch
Shortcut Photo Zoom $50 est Pro with batch $129 est

So if you do occasionally use this type of software, ReShade Lite is a good value at this reduced price for a quality enlarger.
Oct 2 2013 at 12:56pm Copy Link
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JesusInsideMe No batch mode in this version?, it looks expensive for 1 at a time picture edition, I would like to have this feature enable, thanks anyway, God bless you, bye.
Aug 12 2014 at 12:55am Copy Link
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John H I just downloaded this and tried resizing some pictures from my 1998 vintage Agfa camera. The pictures are 1024 X 786 at 144 DPI. Most are landscape shots that I am upsizing to 1920 X 1080 for my 55 inch monitor.

It seems a hopeless task because of the poor quality of the original image. The jaggies are gone but fine details seem blotchy and grainy. Any hints here on how to make something from nothing?

Can you comment on the 144 DPI thing and how it affects the resizing?

These pictures really looked fantastic on my little 12 inch monitor back then.

Thanks!
Oct 6 2014 at 10:13am Copy Link
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Vlad Hosu Hello,

Very interesting questions John, thank you for asking!

The ability of Reshade Image Enlarger to help you achieve great results depends to some extent on the purpose you intend to use the enlarged images for.

Regarding the 144 DPI property of the original photos, this will normally not affect the quality of the displayed images on monitors. This is because monitors usually display images at their own builtin DPI = number of pixels per inch, or pixel density.

The small monitor shows images at 107 DPI (the particular 12" physical diagonal displays 1280 pixels) whereas the new 55" monitor is only 40 DPI. Naturally, the same quality input image displayed at actual pixels will appear different on the two monitors. The image displayed on the smaller one will be sharper and more crisp when viewed from the same distance. By correcting for distance to the viewer, they should theoretically have the same appearance. In practice this depends on the person: we do not all have perfect sight at all distances.

The DPI is used mainly when printing images. In this case larger dot density can be used to create sharper, more clear and overall higher quality prints.

About the other issue, I will have to agree with you. Reshade doesn't create something from nothing, it cannot do that. Increasing resolution means filling in additional information where there is none. However, Reshade does this smartly. By considering the statistics of good quality images it is able to control the interpolation process creating sharper and clearer results. In addition to this it accounts for possible flaws such as JPEG compression artefacts. These become obvious only when compressed images are enlarged. There are many other things that have to be considered, but I'll leave that to the reader. Do check our website (reshade.com). You can find a few more details on how Reshade works.

About the other problems: in order to adjust for less blotchy-ness, you will need to manually tune the "Accuracy" and "Quality" controls. By increasing either of them, you'll achieve a more correct depiction of the original details. The tradeoff for the "Quality" control is processing time; for "Accuracy", it is a matter of personal preference. To remove grainyness, you can tweak the "Reduce Artifacts" or "Denoise" setting to your liking.

If you have more questions, I'd be happy to answer them. Our support email is supportreshade.com .

I hope you can get back those precious moments!

All the best,
Vlad
Reshade - Oct 6 2014 at 11:40am Copy Link
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Debra Keldrauk Hello,
The reviews here are mixed, is there a money back guarantee if this program does not work out for me?
Oct 7 2014 at 11:53pm Copy Link
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