DxO (www.dxo.com) has released two new extensions for OS X El Capitan:, DxO OpticsPro for OS X Photos and DxO OpticsPro for OS X Photos – DxO ONE Camera Only. They provide DxO’s image processing within the Photos app on OS X.
DxO OpticsPro for OS X Photos adds access to “tens of thousands” of DxO Optics Modules that enable DxO’s automatic optical corrections for distortion, vignetting, chromatic aberration and lens softness for most popular cameras and lenses. It’s a paid download ($9.99) from the Mac App Store. When installed, it automatically appears as an extension that can be accessed via the editing tools in Photos. The DxO Optics Modules automatically identify the camera and lens used to capture each photo, then use this information to correct for a variety of optical flaws, such as distortion, chromatic aberration, vignetting, and lens softness.
DxO ONE owners can download DxO OpticsPro for OS X Photos for free at the Mac App Store. The tool automatically applies these advanced corrections to DxO ONE photos. When applied to a DxO ONE SuperRAW image, PRIME employs additional temporal noise reduction to render a clean, high-resolution photograph from the four RAW images embedded in each SuperRAW file.