"SILKYPIX® Developer Studio 2.0" enables to push the limit of picture quality with high level development process and to enhance potential of a camera and to take pictures.
Purchase a license and register your name at our server to operate the software in the product mode, where all functions are available.
If you want to try our powerful development engine, "SILKYPIX®" without registration, free mode is also available.
* Since this manual is for the product mode, some functions are not available in the free mode.
For more information about difference between the product mode and free mode, see our SILKYPIX® web site, (http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/english/products/comparison.html).
In order to use the development engine of SILKYPIX® more precisely and easily, purchasing a license is recommended.
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0. Overview and Introduction
1. Software Start-up and Mode Selection
1.2 Mode Selection
3. Preview Mode and Thumbnail Mode
3.2 Outline Preview
3.3 Formal Development Preview
3.4 Changing Display Magnification during Preview
3.5 Using Mouse
3.6 Switching to Previous or Next Scene
3.7 Rotating Pictures
3.8 Using Thumbnail Mode
3.8.2 Operating Multiple Scenes
3.8.3 Making Thumbnail Files of All Scene
3.10 Displaying Outline Preview in Thumbnail Mode
3.11 Displaying Grid
3.12 Switching Floating Control Display
4.2 Changing Update Preview Setting
4.3 Exposure Bias
4.4 White Balance
4.4.2 Adjusting by Auto White Balance
4.4.3 Adjusting White Balance with Color Temperature and Color Deflection
4.4.4 Adjusting White Balance with Gray Point Specification
4.4.5 Dark Adjustment
4.4.6 Adjusting White Balance with WB Adjustment
4.4.7 Summary of Color and Adjustment
4.6 Tone Adjustment
4.7 Color Control
4.7.2 Fine-Tuning Saturation
4.7.3 Selecting Colorspace
4.7.4 Selecting Color Mode
4.8.2 High Frequency Noise
4.8.3 Color Noise
4.10 Highlight Controller
4.11 Fine Color Controller
4.12 Lens Aberration Correction
4.12.2 Distortion Correction
4.12.3 Chromatic Aberration Correction
5.2 Batch Development
6.2 Tone Curve
6.4 Shortcut Key and Function Key
7.2 Loading Development Parameter
7.3 Initializing Development Parameter
7.4 Putting Development Parameter on Cloakroom
7.5 Setting Development Parameter to Multiple Scenes
7.6 Operating Multiple Selected Scenes
8.2 Copying/Moving Procedures
8.3 Files to be Deleted, Copied or Moved
8.4 Saving Both Parameter and Thumbnail in CD/DVD
8.5 Rename/Batch Rename
9.1.2 Setting Resolution
9.1.3 Developed Image at Rotation
9.1.4 Recording ICC Profile
9.1.5 Specifying Colorspace at Development
9.3 Function Setting
9.3.2 Setting for Exposure Bias Tool
9.3.3 Target of the Highlight Warning
9.3.4 Target of the Shadow Warning
9.3.5 Enable Saving Parameter/Rotation
9.3.6 Operate RWA Data Files Only
9.3.7 Assign Double Click Operation as Selecting Folder
9.3.8 Enable Continuous Operation of the Eyedropper Tool
9.3.9 Not to Confirm before Deleting Files
9.3.10 Enable Cache Preview
9.3.11 Specify the Temporary Folder
220.127.116.11 Disable Parallel Processing When Developing
18.104.22.168 Delete the Manufacturer Name of EXIF Information
22.214.171.124 To Develop Slowly
9.6 Key Setting (Customizing)
10.2 Exposure Bias with Camera or at Development, and Application
10.3 ISO Sensitivity Adjustment with Camera and Exposure Bias at Development, and Application
10.4 Relation between Development Precision and Picture Quality
10.5 Applying Auto Exposure Bias and Auto White Balance to Multiple Scenes
10.6 Modification of Overexposure
10.7 Creating Color Gamut and Adjusting Outside of the Color Gamut
10.8 Sharpening Image
10.9 Creating Extremely Clear Image
11.2 Should RAW be photographed with Underexposure?
11.3 Turning Exposure Bias Dial into ISO Sensitivity Dial
11.4 Appropriate Exposure for RAW photography
13.2 Exif Information
13.3 Files Created Automatically
13.3.2 Thumbnail File
13.3.3 Virtual Storage File
13.3.4 Initialization File
13.4.2 Initializing User Setting File
13.4.3 Testing Registration of Product Key
13.7 Heat Reckless Run
15. Q & A
15.2 Accessing to Q & A at the Web Site
16.2 Inquiry for Product
16.3 Inquiry via Internet
16.4 Inquiry Other Than the Support Form Site
16.5 Confirming Serial Number
16.6 Certification Troubleshooting
17.2 Conditions of Use
17.3 Prohibited Matters
17.4 Valid Term
17.5 Responsibility of ISL
17.6 Limitations of Liability
17.8 Third Party Software
Please note that the product specification, description in this manual, and price are subject to change without prior notice.
The specifications and screens in this manual are those of prototype, which may be different from the product version.
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SILKYPIX® is a trademark of Ichikawa Soft Laboratory.
It includes a redistribution module of which copyright belongs to Microsoft® Corporation.
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This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
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