Tria contains a specialized set of image processing algorithms that enable fast and effective deconvolutions, as well as many standard image processing tools.
The main attraction is the ability to use the patented SeDDaRA blind deconvolution technique, in a straight-forward and easy manner, to remove unidentified blur from digital images. The interface is easy-to-use, and designed for both professionals and amateurs.
Also included are the Caron blind deconvolution process (an approximation of SeDDaRA), and a simple, fast and effective pseudo-inverse deconvolution process. Simply put, no other program offers these methods. (And those that come close, offer them for a quite a bit more money.)
Give Tria Image Processing a try to see what it’s all about!
◦ Incredible speed, performance, and features!
◦ Quality – guaranteed! (See for yourself.)
◦ No compromise on the quality.
◦ Tria’s unique image processing algorithms have allowed us to make the best possible use of our SeDDaRA blind deconvolution, Caron blind deconvolution, and pseudo-inverse methods.
Note: • There are four ways to get Tria! • Download the Windows version. (Price: $25) • Download the Mac OS version (Price: $20) • Download the Apple version. (Price: $50) • The Trial version of Tria is included!
After downloading, you’ll find Tria as an application icon. Simply click on the icon to start using Tria!
I’ve tested the program on several common applications such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Camera Raw, Camera+ by Apple, and others. Tria is compatible with every version of Photoshop since 6.0.3 and Camera+ for Snow Leopard, and every version of Photoshop Elements, iMovie, and other applications that use a “Standard Image Processing Format”.
Once I started using Tria, I found that I could get better results than with other applications I’ve used. Even though Tria is about $20-30 less expensive than other applications, it is still worth every penny for the results.
Questions about the RAW format is a [seldom-used] format for digital images, introduced in the early 2000s. Since then, the format has been out of mainstream use….
While RAW is still widely used in professional photography, it has never gotten the attention of the consumer photographers or the professional RAW software developers. In fact, while available, many professional photographers believe it to be of no use since the image data is designed for print and not for screen display.
While RAW doesn’t save space compared to a TIFF file it is heavier to open in many photo editors.
A further drawback are the image files, which are not compatible with the most widely used Photoshop version.
Most consumer RAW decoders are compatible with Photoshop CS3 and higher. In addition, the latest version of Photoshop Elements includes a RAW file viewer that accepts nearly all of the popular RAW file formats.
The RAW file format of the Canon EOS digital cameras stores the raw (underexposed) image data from the sensor, or the DNG file format does that same thing. (Digital Negative) RAW is also
Tria can be installed on your personal computer and runs on Windows 95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP.
Tria is an excellent method for removing blurring from digital images taken with any digital camera or scanner. You just tell Tria the model of your digital camera or scanner, and the number of blur in each direction, and Tria does the rest for you. It automatically finds the correct parameters that make the result optimal. The result is a blur-free image!
Tria was the first software to offer a blind deconvolution method that worked well, even with low quality images, without the use of software-based image registration.
Powered by PCA, the Tria deconvolution algorithm is not in any way related to the older and much less efficient blind deconvolution method invented by Seidel and Fattal. However, the combination of Tria’s deconvolution and PCA method is a powerful mixture, for the deconvolution is still very accurate (even for low quality images) and PCA removes other blurring effects, such as noise.
Tria also offers several other deconvolution methods, such as the standard non-blind deconvolution method, the Caron or SeDDaRA methods, and a highly effective pseudo-inverse method.
Note 1: Semiconductor devices and other potentially explosive materials may be in the image and prevent the use of Tria under U.S. national security regulations.
Tria is free, it only requires Windows 95 or later.
Tria deconvolution is powerful enough for real-life imaging. It has been shown to be accurate on even low quality pictures. Even low quality images can be completely deconvoluted to remove blur and bring out details, even when many unknown objects are in the image.
Tria offers a number of different deconvolution methods.
Although not used by default, some of these methods have not been tested very much.
Tria offers an intuitive interface with wizards that allow the user to go through the process without any prior image processing knowledge.
Tria includes several standard image processing tools.
Other image processing tools are also available as plugins, such as the Hough transform for smoothing images.
All image processing tools are easy to use, but require basic image editing knowledge.
Tria is scalable, both in terms of resolution and speed.
Free for all to use.
Tria’s sophisticated and powerful image processing software, called Tria Image Processing, is specifically designed to provide you with the best tools to handle, edit, correct and improve any sort of images – particularly digital cameras images.
What really separates Tria from other software is its easy to use interface. The dozens of different features are all accessible through a clearly arranged and easy to understand menu structure.
The unique combination of features and tools in Tria allows you to view, edit, correct, optimize, enhance and personalize your digital images in a few quick and easy steps. What makes Tria stand out is the ease of use that allows anyone, beginner or professional, to benefit from the software.
Tria will correct the most common problems you encounter in your images, such as hot pixels, white balance, lens distortion, or stitching problems. You can also crop your images or add border effects. But, perhaps the most significant feature, Tria can auto correct common camera defects such as low contrast, dust spots, blurring and much more.
In addition, Tria’s unique features and tools include a fast and intelligent watermark, advanced exposure and lighting correction tools, a virtual correction tool, the ever popular saturate/desaturate tool and the never get lost in the dark tool which can recover images that are washed out due to low light levels.
Similar to most image editing software, Tria can also create high quality collages from any large number of images.
Tria’s comprehensive image enhancement tools include the ever popular unsharp mask (USM) tool, which can drastically improve the quality of images. Tria’s USM is not only a great tool for photographers, but is also very useful for graphic designers and web graphics.
The unique features of Tria’s image enhancement tools include the adjustment of brightness, contrast, a highlight and shadow mask, and even the addition of glare in the image. The tools are designed to enhance and adjust any and all aspects of the image, including color and tonal adjustments.
One of the more unique image enhancement tools found in Tria is the auto-fix tool. With this tool, you can create your own auto-fix solution (auto-fix is often times a combination of other tools like USM, Exposure, Gamma, Contrast and Saturation).
One of the most interesting features of Tria is its Blurbuster feature. Tria’s Blurbuster tool, as its name implies, will remove unwanted blurs from your photos. This
Caron Blind Deconvolution:
Tria’s blind deconvolution technology, was developed
during research at Stanford
University. Caron’s model is the first that
can incorporate geometric information and
local image characteristics. Additionally,
Caron’s model is capable of handling large
noise levels found in current camera
image technology. Unlike most standard
blind deconvolution methods, Caron
approximates the true inverse of the blur
kernel, rather than choosing
a pre-determined guess. This approach
is based on a “mathematical
consistency” theory of restoring
images degraded by a convolution process
when the blur kernel is known.
Caron’s is the first blind deconvolution
algorithm that can be evaluated using
closed-form solutions. This makes it
possible to rapidly and accurately
determine the parameters of the kernel.
Caron’s system has advantages in
deconvolving high-noise images in the
presence of small blur, and it’s the only
blind deconvolution technique to preserve
high spatial frequency details.
A faster, efficient version of the
standard Caron algorithm was also
developed and is available in
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