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  • Filename: DxO_PhotoLab4_Setup.exe
  • Size: 447.08 MB
  • License: Demo
  • Date updated: 4/12/2021
  • Total Downloads: 2125
  • Last week: 4

  • Short file info:
    PE32 executable (GUI) Intel 80386, for MS Windows

  • MD5 checksum:
    46995331980259903ab69feb67a2af68

  • SHA1 checksum:
    6f7f398b9eccd9cc5e7bb88c39fff5cba3227662

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  • File section
    File Type: Win32 EXE
    File Type Extension: exe
    MIME Type: application/octet-stream
    EXE section
    Machine Type: Intel 386 or later, and compatibles
    Time Stamp: 2021:04:07 12:05:01-04:00
    Image File Characteristics: Executable, 32-bit
    PE Type: PE32
    Linker Version: 14.27
    Code Size: 1637376
    Initialized Data Size: 467168256
    Uninitialized Data Size: 0
    Entry Point: 0x15573f
    OS Version: 6.0
    Image Version: 0.0
    Subsystem Version: 6.0
    Subsystem: Windows GUI
    File Version Number: 4.0.0.1
    Product Version Number: 4.0.0.1
    File Flags Mask: 0x003f
    File Flags: (none)
    File OS: Win32
    Object File Type: Executable application
    File Subtype: 0
    Language Code: English (U.S.)
    Character Set: Windows, Latin1
    Company Name: DxO
    File Description: DxO PhotoLab 4
    File Version: 4.0.0.0
    Internal Name: Setup.exe
    Legal Copyright: (c) DxO. All rights reserved.
    Original File Name: Setup.exe
    Product Name: DxO PhotoLab 4
    Product Version: 4.0.0.0

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DxO Optics Pro is an image improvement package which is best used when fixing faults in a photograph already taken. The issues that arise can be because of a low quality sensor, an imperfect lens or using equipment that wasn't so great for the locati... more
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