Upscale & Resize

The Upscale filter enhances the resolution of images by up to 600%. It also preserves more intricate details from the original image than other upscaling tools.



Use the Controls panel to select the AI model and adjust the scale and dimensions. View the Selection article for more info on how to adjust the mask and select different parts of the image.

Upscale Settings


The AI models rely heavily on existing image quality. They may generate unwanted artifacts if the resolution of the starting image is too low. Upscale from an original image whenever possible rather than a copy that has been compressed.

Make sure to use the appropriate model for your image. The models are not interchangeable and using the wrong model may deliver unwanted results.


The Standard model is the go-to choice for general use unless the image clearly belongs to one of the other categories. It is tailored for medium-quality images from point-and-shoot cameras and older smartphones.

Use the Standard model for highly detailed AI-generated images from Midjourney, Dall-E, and similar tools.


Standard V2

Use the Standard V2 model to have a more generative output than the original standard model.

High Fidelity

Use this model for images that are already high-quality to preserve intricate details. Images from DSLRs and most modern smartphones will fall under this category. Use it for highly detailed AI-generated art as well.

High Fidelity

High Fidelity V2

Use the High Fidelity V2 model to intentionally preserve original grain or noise for aesthetic purposes.

Low Resolution

The Low Resolution model prioritizes preserving overall quality rather than fine details. Use it to upscale low-quality images that have been highly compressed.

Low Resolution


The Graphics model upscales simple illustrations such as cartoons.



Minor Denoise

Low light conditions, sensor limitations, or compression artifacts can cause slight noise. The Minor Denoise setting removes this noise before the image is upscaled.

Minor Deblur

Use the Minor Deblur setting to avoid emphasizing existing blurriness caused by camera shake, motion blur, or a lack of focus when the image is captured.

Fix Compression

Visual distortions and artifacts may appear when images are compressed to make them more space-efficient.


Choose from pixels, inches, or centimeters to specify dimensions. Set values for each side or enter the overall DPI (dots per inch) or PPI (pixels per inch). Use this tool to define dimensions for printing purposes.

The pixels/inch and pixels/centimeter textboxes only appear when the dimensions are set to those units.


Crop & Straighten