Canon EOS-1D X Manual (en)

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Noise reduction defaults
You can set a default beforehand for the noise reduction level. Only 
RAW images are supported.
When [Apply camera settings] is selected, you can pre-set a noise 
reduction level that suits the camera settings beforehand as the 
default.
When [Set as defaults] is selected, you can pre-set a preferred 
default setting for the noise reduction level beforehand.
For images not having a recipe attached, the default noise reduction 
level set here is applied. If you changed settings, they will be applied to 
images as the default noise reduction level when you start up DPP 
again. 
For images with a recipe attached, the noise level recorded in the recipe 
remains as it is and the default for noise reduction level set here is not 
applied.
Sharpness defaults
You can set a default beforehand for the sharpness. Only RAW images 
are supported.
When [Apply camera settings] is selected, you can pre-set a 
sharpness that suits the camera settings beforehand as the default.
When [Set as defaults] is selected, you can pre-set preferred 
default settings for the sharpness and unsharp mask beforehand.
For images not having a recipe attached, the defaults for sharpness and 
unsharp mask set here are applied. If you changed settings, they will be 
applied to images as the default sharpness level when you start up DPP 
again.
For images with a recipe attached, the sharpness level recorded in the 
recipe remains as it is and the defaults for sharpness and unsharp mask 
set here are not applied.
 On 32-bit OSs, the [Preview image settings] menu is not 
displayed.
32bit
Image Processing 2
Quick check window settings
You can specify image display settings for the quick check window. By 
selecting [Show image with recipe applied], images with a recipe 
attached are displayed with the recipe applied. Any changes you made 
will be applied when you start up DPP again.
Graphic processor settings
If you checkmark [Use graphics processor for image processing], the 
graphics processor is used to allow a faster preview display. The CPU 
handles convert and save tasks as well as print tasks as usual. Settings 
will be applied the next time DPP is started up.