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Entire Suite of Nik Software Products Now 64-bit Compatible - PPA Today

Entire Suite of Nik Software Products Now 64-bit Compatible

Nik Software announces today 64-bit compatibility across the entire Nik Software product line, providing photographers with the highest level of workflow efficiency. Registered customers may download free updates for Dfine® 2.0, Viveza® 2, Color Efex Pro(TM) 3.0, Silver Efex Pro(TM), and Sharpener Pro(TM) 3.0, at

"Photographers using a 64-bit workflow can now take advantage of a much faster and more efficient memory management system with all of our plug-ins," said Michael J. Slater, President and CEO of Nik Software. "I am confident that our customers will not only benefit from this update to our architecture, but also from future products that take advantage of this."

In addition to 64-bit compatibility, all Nik Software plug-ins feature the company's proprietary U Point® technology, enabling precise selective fine-tuning of images without the need for complicated selections or layer masks. To learn more about Nik Software products, watch training videos, download free trials, or join live online trainings visit
Pricing and Availability
Free updates to 64-bit compatible versions are available now to registered owners of Dfine 2.0, Viveza 2, Color Efex Pro 3.0, Silver Efex Pro, and Sharpener Pro 3.0 via the company's website: Customers who purchased the Complete Collection Ultimate Edition or the Complete Collection for Lightroom and Aperture may also receive the updates for free.

All products are now compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit image editing applications such as Adobe® Photoshop®, Photoshop® Elements, Photoshop® Lightroom®, and Apple® Aperture®. To review full system requirements, visit

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