The new card is powered by Ampere — NVIDIA’s 2nd gen RTX architecture. The crazy number of 10496 CUDA cores (aka shaders) packed in this GPU is something that can’t be found in any other consumer-grade GPU at this stage. Like all cards in RTX 30 series, 3090 supports the new generation PCI Express 4.0 bus protocol which is twice as fast as PCI Express 3.0. But the most important characteristics that set this card apart from also great GPU, RTX 3080, are the bandwidth and the memory. Head to our blog to read more.
One of the most exciting ingredients of this update for Windows and Linux users is the support for new NVIDIA cards: GeForce RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090. Apple users won’t miss out on this release as we have added support for AMD Radeon Pro 5600M and Radeon Pro 5300 / 5500 XT / 5700 / 5700 XT.
Also Neat Video 5.3 is now compatible with the latest version of video editing applications including Vegas Pro 18, Edius X and new BorisFX Silhouette 2020.5.5+
There are several different ways of applying effects to multiple clips at the same time in Final Cut Pro. They include compound clips, adjustment layers, saved presets, and other methods. Find all the tips here.
When filming in low light conditions, you may forget to take a couple of seconds to record something featureless to help yourself build a noise profile and fix unwanted noise and gran in post. You can end up with a clip, that is so rich with details that it’s impossible to find a big flat area to build a quality noise profile.
If this is exactly your scenario, there are a couple of different ways you can go. You can either use our Calibration Target or utilize Generic Profile. Our latest blog post unfolds the beauty of our Calibration targets and how they can help to save your footage. Read it here.
When you have several clips that were shot in similar conditions, by the same video camera with the same settings, then the noise in those clips is most likely the same. That means that Neat VIdeo's settings for all of those clips are going to be the same as well. This is true for other effects as well. So, why don't you learn some quick tips on applying effects to multiple clips in DaVinci Resolve? Find them here.
Most professional video editing software such as Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, DaVinci Resolve, Final Cut, Nuke, Media Composer… allow external plug-ins. Neat Video is only one of many examples. Understanding the interactions between host and plug-ins will not only improve your user experience but also eliminate unnecessary delays and frustration. Read more here.