Gigapixel AI 6.0 is Available

The update offers native Apple M1 support, improved model downloads and quality boost, and many usability and stability fixes.

In April, Topaz Labs released Gigapixel AI 6.0 – an update to the AI-powered software for increasing the resolution of photos and renders.

The latest version introduces native support for Apple M1 processors, which allows better performance. In fact, according to Topaz Labs, the native build provides a 47% faster load time than the Rosetta emulation version. The image processing time is also almost 44% faster in the new build.

The company has also improved Gigapixel AI’s model download method allowing you to batch download all of the models for your computer configuration, which makes it faster.

Another improvement is the quality of the Very Compressed model: it now doesn't have the pixel shift it sometimes suffered from before.

As for other changes, the software now has a new UI to make using Gigapixel AI clearer and easier. Topaz Labs has also added optimized 16-bit backends to the Standard and face refinement models, which should make processing faster for some Intel CPU and Windows GPU users. Finally, the company has also fixed some usability bugs and improved memory handling during batch processing.

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