Neat Video is an effective denoising, deflickering and restorative filter, but it is also hardware demanding software. It is a very computation-intensive temporal effect, which has to process multiple input frames to produce every single output frame. That’s a lot of work! To remove noise, flicker and other imperfections efficiently, Neat Video has to use the available hardware resources wisely.
To find the best combination of hardware parameters allowing to achieve the fastest denoising, Neat Video has got a special set of tools for optimizing performance. Those tools will help you choose between ‘CPU-only’, ‘GPU-only’ or ‘CPU+GPU’ modes, suggests the right amount of CPU cores and GPU memory needed for the fastest work. Keep on reading