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Mar 16, 2021

Optimum Performance

Your computer might hold more potential in itself than you think. Better speed can me unpacked by simply running Neat Video’s Optimizer tool. Just go to menu Tools > Preferences > Performance, click the Optimize Settings… button and then Start to initiate the test. Read more here

Mar 11, 2021

M1 answers

New Mac’s Apple Silicon chips have become a very hot topic among tech-lovers. Even though there are lots of conversations happening all around the world, some of the questions are still not answered. The Neat team wanted to take some time and contribute to the web’s knowledge base

Feb 25, 2021

Neat Video 5.4. Mac matching has began

New revolutionary hardware requires great effort from every software developer. Neat Video has started unpacking its M1 gift box by arming two of its plug-ins with native support for Apple Silicon M1 Macs. On top of that, the denoiser has been made compatible with macOS Big Sur and new versions of several host applications. Finally, the latest AMD GPUs have joined the squadron of supported graphic cards in accelerating Neat Video renders.

Feb 10, 2021

Premiere Pro: keep an eye on the order

There is a number of different ways of applying an effect to a video clip in Premiere Pro. The clip, master clip, nested sequence, adjustment layer… Which effects does Premiere Pro pull into the render pipeline first? Why is that important at all? Certain effects placed in the wrong order can make your render times excessively long, so knowing the processing order of effects can potentially save hours of your time. Read this blog to save yourself some time.

Jan 22, 2021

OFF or ON in-cam noise reduction?

Using in-cam noise reduction is easy and quick, but what about quality? Unfortunately, at this stage cames only provide a minimal amount of control over their noise reduction leaving you with the result that you can not change. In-post noise reduction can give you a great denoised video that can be tweaked as much, or as less, as you want. Read more

Dec 3, 2020

Smoother playback in Final Cut

At times Final Cat can become sluggish and updating preview might become super-slow. Luckily there is more than one way you can make Final Cut more responsive. Some simple adjustments can change the way you edit and make the whole process more enjoyable. Learn more.

Oct 29, 2020

Edit quicker in After Effects

So far we have explained how to apply effects and filters to multiple clips in Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve and Final Cut. This time it is After Effects’ tern. Knowing these tricks can potentially help you to save lots of time in editing.

Oct 15, 2020

NVIDIA RTX 3090. Should you?

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.

Sep 25, 2020

Neat Video 5.3 has arrived

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+

Sep 15, 2020

Apply Effects to Multiple Clips Quickly in Final Cut

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.