This release focuses on enhancing compatibility and performance, making it easier for users to transition to the latest versions of their favorite video editing applications.
Now, Neat Video's plugins are fully updated to work seamlessly with the most recent host applications, including Adobe Premiere Pro 2024, Premiere Elements 2024, and After Effects 2024.
But that's not all. The 5.6 update also expands its hardware compatibility to include new GPUs, like the Apple M2 Ultra, M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max, along with the AMD Radeon RX 7600–7900 series for both Windows and Linux. These additions open up exciting possibilities for video editors seeking optimal performance.
Furthermore, Neat Video doesn't just promise compatibility and speed; it's also dedicated to improving the user experience and fixing minor problems found in the previous versions of Neat Video. Keep Reading
Capturing the ethereal beauty of the Aurora Borealis is an art, and our latest article is your guide to mastering it. Dive into the world of photography gear, camera settings, and exposure techniques to elevate your Aurora shots. From the right lenses and accessories to perfecting your camera settings and achieving the ideal exposure, we've got you covered. Whether you're a seasoned photographer or just starting, our article provides valuable insights for creating stunning Aurora photographs. Learn more
Are you making the most of your GPU for video editing? Our article delves into the latest advancements in GPU technology and provides valuable insights into selecting the right GPU for your projects. From processing power to VRAM and memory bandwidth, we cover the essential factors to help you optimize your video editing workflow.
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The newly released Final Cut Pro 10.6.6 and Motion 5.6.4 stop supporting the older plug-in interfaces FxPlug2 and FxPlug3 , while keeping only the newest FxPlug4 supported. What does that mean for a user of those video editing applications in practice? — That means that some older plug-ins will stop working after FCP or Motion are updated to the latest versions (10.6.6 and 5.6.4 correspondingly). Read more
Neat Video denoiser optimized for Baselight is now available. It now also supports several new versions of other host applications. This release also fixes several minor issues and improves the overall stability, so users are encouraged to update to the new version of Neat Video.
From the dancing lights in the night sky to the stunning array of colors, filming auroras can be a challenging yet rewarding experience for any photographer or filmmaker.
In order to capture the true beauty of this natural phenomenon, you'll need to optimize your gear and settings for nighttime filming. This means choosing the right camera body, lenses, and accessories, as well as knowing how to properly adjust color depth, ISO levels, and autofocus. In this article, we'll take you through all the technical details you need to know to capture the Aurora Borealis in all its glory on film. Read more
Apple's M1 and M2 chips have been the talk of the tech world for their impressive performance in a range of tasks. While the M1 chip was released in 2020, the M2 chip was announced more recently and has yet to be featured in any Apple products. As video editing is one of the most demanding tasks for a computer, many professionals are eager to see how these chips perform in this area. Our Neat Blog provides a detailed comparison of the M1 and M2 chips in terms of video editing performance using our own benchmark tool - NeatBench. Read more
The newest M2 Pro and M2 Max computers are now supported together with two new AMD Radeon RX GPUs. In addition to that, compatibility with Nuke 14 and Nuke Indie 14 has been tested and ensured in Neat Video OpenFX plug-in. Also, the Neat Team has refined user experience and fixed some minor issues.