PictureCode has released version 1.1 of Noise Ninja, a Windows-only application for reducing noise in digital photos. A press release notes the following changes:
Automatic selection of noise profiles based on EXIF data (camera model, ISO setting, and shutter speed) for batch processing and individual images.
Ability to toggle the filter preview
Improved batch processing options
Improved toggling between filtered and original images
Reading and writing of monochrome JPEG and TIFF files
Keyboard shortcuts for common operations
Preservation of JPEG EXIF data
Preservation of ICC profiles
Compatibility with the Windows shell "Open With" command
Additional refinements of the user interface
Noise profiles for 25 popular camera models
An update log contains additional information on what's new in this release.
Noise Ninja 1.1 is a free update for licensed users of v1.0. There are two versions of Noise Ninja, a US$69 Professional version that includes 16 bit output and batch processing capabilities, and a US$29 Home version that is limited to 8 bit output and does not include the ability to batch process photos. A demo version, which places a watermark on all photos until registered, is also available for download.