Leawo PhotoIns for Mac is quite simple and handy to set and use. You could set the program, and then enhance photos in a few clicks. The AI photo enhancer will do everything for you quickly and intelligently. The following guide would show you detailed steps on how to use Leawo PhotoIns for Mac in single photo processing and batch photo processing respectively.
To enhance your photos with this AI photo enhancer, you need to firstly add source photos into Leawo PhotoIns for Mac. Kick off Leawo PhotoIns for Mac on your iMac or Macbook first. Then, follow either way listed below you to add photos for AI enhancing:
Note: Leawo PhotoIns for Mac supports RAW, JPEG, TIFF, and PNG files that are at least 800x600px.
Once you have loaded source photos, you could right click on the loaded photo, and then choose to delete or export selected photo. By right clicking in the spare area, you could delete or export all loaded photos. You could also click the "Add Files" button at the bottom-left corner to add more photos for photo AI enhancing.
Leawo PhotoIns for Mac enables you to batch enhance photos or enhance photos one by one through the internal photo AI enhancer. After loading source photos, you could do the below operations to either enhance photos in batch or enhance a single photo every time.
Leawo PhotoIns for Mac enables you to batch AI enhancing photos after you load source photos. To AI enhance photos in batch, just click "Settings" on the top menu bar, and then navigate to the "Function" option on the drop-down panel to enable "Automatic Lens Correction" (for RAW photos only), "Face enhance" and/or "Enlarge eyes" features. Leawo PhotoIns for Mac will then automatically enhance photos in batch according to the features you have enabled for output. You then only need to click the bottom right "Output" button for output settings.
You could also enhance photos one by one within this AI photo enhancer software. After loading source photos, select one loaded photo and double click it to enter the photo enhancer editing interface.
This photo AI enhancer will then automatically adopt "AI enhance" tech to AI enhance photos for you, and then enable you to apply/remove other AI photo enhancing features including "Automatic Lens Correction", "Face Enhance" and "Enlarge Eyes", which have been set in "Settings" panel mentioned above.
There is an effect adjuster bar right below the previewer, which enables you to adjust the photo AI enhancing degrees. By driving the slider to the right, the AI photo enhancing effect will be much more obvious. By putting the slider to the right end, you will get maximize AI photo enhancement. You could apply the adjustment to single photo easily.
Once the AI photo enhancing completes, on the photo AI enhancing interface, you can get an instant previewer above the photo to view the photo effects "Before" and "After" photo AI enhancer gets involved. You could drag the slider on the preview window freely to get large scale preview and instant comparison.
After editing single photos, click the bottom right output icon to proceed for output settings.
After completing photo AI enhancing, click the "Output" button in the bottom right corner to proceed. An "Output settings" window will pop up, where you need to complete some output settings. There are general output settings and Advanced settings for you. In general output settings, there are multiple things you need to complete:
Set an output directory to save output AI enhanced photos. You could click the "Position" button to change the output directory.
Determine the photo file format for output photos from JPEG, PNG and TIFF.
Determine the output pDetermine the output photo quality. If you choose JPEG as output format, you could choose output photo quality from High, Medium and Low. If you choose TIFF as output photo format, you could determine the output photo Compression from None, LZW and PackBits, and Depth from 8bits and 16bits.
Besides, you could open the "Advanced settings" drop-down menu to determine the output file name and resize output photos.
The filename of your image can be modified in several ways. You can add a prefix or suffix to your original filename, change the base, and make the letters uppercase or lowercase.
The "Prefix", "Suffix", and "Base" can be modified in the following ways:
None: If you select this option under "Prefix" and "Suffix", no prefix or suffix will be added to your filename. This option can’t be selected under the "Base" and is replaced by the Filename option. If you select Filename under base and None under Prefix and Suffix, your filename won’t be modified.
Filename: If you select Filename under Prefix, the prefix will be the name of the imported file. If you select Filename under Suffix, the suffix will be the name of the imported file.
Let’s say you want to modify an image named London.jpeg and select Prefix > Filename. In this case, the exported image name will be London_London.jpeg. If you also select Suffix > Filename, the image will be saved as London_London_London.jpeg.
Custom Text: Custom text allows you to enter a name manually. If you want to modify your image name without adding any prefixes or suffixes, select Custom Text under Base and enter a new name.
Counter: In the counter, enter a starting number that will be added to your images. If you’re exporting more than one photo and type 4 in the counter field under Suffix, for instance, your images will be saved as Filename_4.jpeg, Filename_5.jpeg, Filename_6.jpeg, and so on. If you select Counter under Base, your filename will be replaced by that number.
Timestamp: If you select Timestamp under Prefix or Suffix, the current date will be added before or after your filename. If you select Timestamp under Base, the current date will replace your original filename.
Letters: Leave as it is, Upper case, or Lower case.
In each naming method, you could get instant preview of samples right below.
On the "Resize" drop-down menu, you get 3 different options for output file size, respectively: Original, Compression and Dimensions.
Original: The output file size would be the same as that of the source file.
Compression: This AI photo enhancer will automatically compress images to the size that best shows the photo according to the original file size for each photo output here. People could see the detailed file size after compression by right clicking one file to select "Export 1 picture" option, and then going to "Advanced settings > Resize > Compression" option.
Dimensions: You could enter absolute dimensions in pixels for output files.
Then, finally, on the "Output settings" window, click the blue "Output <number> photos" button to output AI enhanced photos. If the target folder has pictures with the same name, Leawo PhotoIns for Mac will notice you.
If you are using free trial version, you will get a "Get Pro" notice window that shows you the limitation of free trial version and offers you options to "Buy Pro" and "Continue". You could click "Buy Pro" option to purchase Pro version and register Leawo PhotoIns for Mac to experience its full features, or click "Continue" button to experience the free trial version.
By clicking "Continue" button, you will come to the below window, which helps you output 1 photo only.
If you have registered Leawo PhotoIns for Mac, you will be directly led to the exporting window, which will show you the exporting progress through the progress bar.
You could click the "Cancel" button anytime you like during the exporting process. When the exporting completes, you could click the "Open the save folder" button to open the folder that saves all AI enhanced photos exported.
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