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What am I doing something wrong --- watched james's fft denoise video but I cannot get a similar window to his. My panel is very big --  just realizing that I do get large similar panels [blend range) most of the time  
How do I ''zoom in" as James puts it 
SS of my screen 
Cheers

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You can enlarge the FFT Denoise window which I suppose give a pseudo zoom feel.


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Thanks for the the replies --- since posting I have had to reboot the computer as Affinity was crashing and now I can  enlarge the pop-up window with Ctrl + scroll; however I still only get one dot in the middle as in the screen shot. I cannot get the multiply dot as in the video or ''zoom out to get more dots'' . Have tried an older noisier file  / zoomed into image with no joy :(

My pop-up window still seems far larger than in the video  

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The reason James has all of the points is because of the pattern that runs in the file, having less of those points means your image doesn't have enough of a noise pattern to remove. 

On Mac the Alt plus stroke back and forth on the Magic Mouse gives you zoom in and out.


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Run the FFT Denoise filter on this image to see the difference, because it has a regular pattern of noise the FFT Denoise filter will identify that regular pattern and create points in the FFT Denoise window.

 

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