DxO ClearView Plus removes any haze from your photos and gives them new life by increasing local contrast without distorting any details or colors.
This latest version lets you adjust both general and micro-contrast as well as maximize the sliders without creating a halo effect around edges or high-contrast transitions.
DxO PhotoLab 2 rounds out the software’s existing filters and image notation tools with new features that let you easily sort and organize your Photo Library. Using the dynamic interpretation search feature, which immediately understands your requests, locate the images you need in the blink of an eye.
Keyword search and other features designed to make your searches even more powerful will soon be available through upcoming free updates.
ADVANCED COLOR MANAGEMENT
DxO PhotoLab 2 now supports .DCP profiles, which means you can keep the same colors even if you switch between several processing and RAW editing programs.
When working with a controlled graphics chain, you can import any profiles you’ve made in calibration programs into DxO PhotoLab 2. Now, you no longer have to choose between fidelity and ease of use. Simply keep the same color signature from one device to another.
Reading all the disappointed comments here I think you should give us a roadmap what to expect within PL2 in the coming months before we have to pay again for PL3. Maybe this could motivate people to upgrade to PL2 which has really not much to offer so far.
…but more than two weeks later, still absolutely no response from DxO to my simple questions.
Will these issues ever be addressed?
Simply not answering at all is the easiest and safest way to upset customers and to scare them away. (And pretty sure, acquisition of new customers takes much more effort and expense than keeping existing ones.)
In my experience, DxO staff are very diligent and prompt in responding to postings in this forum … I suspect the problem might be that you have posted into the “Announcements” thread, which is usually restricted to posts only from DxO staff (with inability for others to post here) … which would explain why your question has been missed.
All the same, as @Pathal points out, Fabrizio has addressed the broad issue of your question in the link referenced above.