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Best noise reduction
for digital video

Neat Video 4.1 update

Neat Video v4 plug-ins have been updated to version 4.1 with several improvements and support for new host applications and new GPUs.

  • Auto Profile function has been improved to find better areas for noise analysis.
    Using more suitable areas leads to more accurate noise reduction.
  • New controls in "Temporal Filter" and "Dust and Scratches" sections.
  • Improved performance of "Dust and Scratches" in presence of repeated frames, on scene changes and in the beginning and end of a clip.
  • Added support for Retina displays of modern Mac machines
    (support for HiDPI displays on Windows and Linux has been added earlier in version 4.0).
  • New host applications supported by the OFX plug-in:
    • Quantel Pablo Rio 2.1.4+
    • Natron 2
    • IDT Vision Motion Studio 2.12+
  • Added support for new versions of video editing host applications:
    • DaVinci Resolve 12
    • DustBuster+ 8 / 7
    • MAGIX Video Deluxe 2016
    • Pinnacle Studio 19
    • Premiere Elements 14
  • New GPUs supported:
    • Windows and Linux:
      • AMD Radeon R9 Fury / Nano / Fury X / Fury X2
      • AMD Radeon R9 380/390/390X
      • AMD Radeon R9 255/250X
      • AMD Radeon R7 360/370
      • AMD Radeon R7 265

      Newer AMD Catalyst 15.7.1+ drivers are now supported.

    • Mac OS X:
      • Radeon R9 M290 / M290X / M295X / M370X / M380 / M390 / M395 / M395X
  • Improved compatibility with new versions of operating systems:
    • Improved support for Mac OS X 10.11
    • Improved installers for Mac OS X
    • Added support for Windows 10
  • Other improvements for different host applications:
    • Neat Video for Final Cut: Improved compatibility with the latest versions of FCP X, Motion and Compressor
    • Neat Video for Vegas: Added support for stereo/3D video processing
    • Neat Video for Vegas: Fixed the problem of copy&paste of effect

Please refer to the history of changes for more details: