CONS of Perfectly Clear Complete:
- Occasionally clunky interface.
- Noise reduction not as powerful as DxO’s or Noise Ninja’s.
Perfectly Clear Complete Crack still needs a little work. The program had an issue with my 4K display. Its interface is on the tiny side in 4K, unlike Lightroom, which adapts to high-resolution displays. Of course, that’s only a problem for you if you have a 4K monitor. Mac Retina displays work fine with the plug-in. But there’s no full-screen window option, which would be useful. And it would be great if there were fit and fill zooming options.
You can, however, use the mouse wheel to (slowly) zoom in and out, and also to zoom to and above 100 percent—something you really want, particularly for noise reduction and sharpening. One missing element is a throbber that tells you when an adjustment is complete.
Six preset buttons offer Details, Vivid, Beautify, Beautify+, Fix Dark, Fix Noise, Fix Tint, and Landscapes corrections. The right-hand sidebar where these buttons live can be switched to Adjust view, which offers lots of control siders for standard tone and color adjustments, along with Perfectly Clear’s specialty adjustments like smoothing, teeth whitening, and eye enhancing. Split screen views helpfully let you see the before and after views. After you accept your edits and return to Photoshop, you can still Undo the edits made by Perfectly Clear.
In its Default mode, Perfectly Clear Complete Crack improved just about every photo I threw at it. Of course, the old “garbage in, garbage out” rule still applies, so don’t expect an awful image to magically look good. The plug-in often made good test photos look stunning. If you’re not happy with the preset result, you do have adjustment choices: Sliders let you control exposure and contrast, as well as sharpening and noise. But even if you just open your photo in Perfectly Clear, if you use the side-by-side before and after view, your original image will in most cases look washed out and flat in comparison.
The presets for common applications—
Landscapes, Portrait, Noise Removal, Fix Dark, and Tint Removal—were effective. Hovering your mouse pointer over the selected preset pops up a lengthy tooltip telling you what it does. For example, the tooltip for Landscape tells you that the setting doesn’t increase contrast as much and adds vibrancy for more vivid colors.
The Fix Tint preset button is pretty impressive. Often a camera’s automatic setting gets the color temperature wrong, such as in the left side of the test image below. Perfectly Clear was automatically able to detect that the lighting was miscalculated and remove the yellow-orange tint for a more realistic result. The default Fix Details option perfectly removed red eye flash without needing any help with finding the eyes.
Portaits are one of Perfectly Clear Complete Crack top assignments, and it works quite well on this. The Beautify and Beautify+ presets give you good options. Both smooth out skin, removing most blemishes, and the + version actually reshapes the face to reduce hamster-like cheeks. Additional Preset groups such as Perfect Eyes offer useful tools for portrait photographers, such as corrections for “racoon eyes,” “gentle children,” and “eagle eyes.”
Is It Perfect?
Perfectly Clear Complete Crack can deliver instant improvements to your photos, making your pictures look better with minimal effort. And if you’re not pleased with the automatic results, it offers adjustment sliders for fine-tuning. I have some problems with the interface, and you can get similar results with standard photo software like Lightroom, using sharpening, contrast, color, and noise reduction. But with standard photo editing software alone, you’d have to fuss with sliders and adjustments more to get those results. With Perfectly Clear, you see improvements with one press of a button. I recommend Perfectly Clear, and you can try it for free, but Editors’ Choice DxO Optics Pro offers similar one-tap improvements with even more power and in a better-designed interface.
Perfectly Clear Complete v188.8.131.522 Crack can make just about any digital photo look better instantly, but its interface could use work.