Canon EOS-1D X Manual (en)

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Tool Palettes
With DPP, you can adjust images with the tool palettes by switching 
between various tool palette windows according to your editing 
requirements. Since adjustments made with the tool palettes only 
change the image processing conditions, the “original image data itself” 
remains unaffected. As there is no image deterioration that normally 
accompanies editing, you can readjust your image any number of times. 
The various functions of the tool palettes are explained in more detail 
under the respective topics.
Lens 
Correction tool 
palette
Trimming/
Angle 
Adjustment 
tool palette
Dust Delete/
Copy Stamp 
tool palette
Basic 
Adjustment 
tool palette
Detailed 
Adjustment 
tool palette
Color 
Adjustment 
tool palette
Tone 
Adjustment 
tool palette
Settings tool 
palette
Basic Adjustment tool palette
Makes basic adjustments to a RAW image 
.
Tone Adjustment tool palette
Adjusts the tone curve and applies the Auto Lighting Optimizer 
Color Adjustment tool palette
Adjusts the hue, saturation and luminance of a specific color space. The 
hue and saturation for an entire image can also be adjusted 
.
Detailed Adjustment tool palette
Reduces noise and adjusts the image sharpness 
.
Trimming/Angle Adjustment tool palette
Crops an image and adjusts the image angle 
Lens Correction tool palette
Corrects lens aberration in the image 
 and applies the Digital 
Dust Delete/Copy Stamp tool palette
Erases dust from an image and corrects image by copying sections 
of the image 
Settings tool palette
Configures the work color spac
We recommend that you use the Basic Adjustment tool palette to make 
adjustments to RAW images. However, if you find that the Basic 
Adjustment tool palette does not offer a sufficient range of adjustments, 
or if you want to use specific functions that are only available in the Tone 
Adjustment tool palette 
, completing initial adjustments with the 
Basic Adjustment tool palette and then using the Tone Adjustment tool 
palette to make just the minimum of adjustments needed is 
recommended.
For noise reduction 
 and lens aberration correction 
, you 
should first complete necessary adjustments in the Basic Adjustment 
and Tone Adjustment tool palettes, and then adjust with the Detailed 
Adjustment tool palette 
 and Lens Correction tool palette 
.
You can click the [
] button at the bottom right of the main window 
to show/hide [Tool palette].
Using the different tool palettes