Neat Image 8.6 has added support for the new versions of image editing software, including
Neat Image has been updated to keep up with the most recent release of Adobe Photoshop 2020 and new AMD GPUs. In addition, several compatibility and stability improvements have been made.
This release adds support for the new version of MacOS (10.15, Catalina), new versions of popular image editors and new models of AMD GPUs.
Added support for new versions of host applications:
Photoshop CC 2019, Photoshop Elements 2019 / 2018, Corel PaintShop Pro 2019, Corel PHOTO-PAINT 2018.
New Volta/Turing-based NVIDIA GPUs (such as GeForce RTX 20XX series) and AMD GPUs can now be used in Neat Image.
In addition, some other changes have been made to system requirements for GPU accelleration support in Neat Image.
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Support for Radeon Pro Vega 56/64 (installed in new iMac Pro computers) has been added in Neat Image 8.3.5. AMD Vega GPUs are now supported on all three platforms: Windows, OS X, and Linux.