Now Neat Video v3.3 is also released for OpenFX hosts, Sony Vegas, VirtualDub and Pinnacle Studio. This means direct support for Neat Video GPU-based acceleration on AMD/ATI video cards via OpenCL is now available.
Starting with the 3.3 update, Neat Video is able to use some computation-capable AMD/ATI cards through the OpenCL interface.
At this stage AMD/ATI support has been added in the plug-ins for After Effects and Premiere. The other versions of Neat Video plug-ins will get the same capability shortly.
The updated Neat Video 3.2 plug-in for Final Cut now also adds support for FCP X, includes additional optimizations for multi-core CPUs and GPUs, new GPU support, reduced brightness GUI color theme and more.
Neat Video plug-ins for After Effects and Premiere have been updated to version 3.2.
This release brings you support for the Adobe CS6 update, additional optimizations for multi-core CPUs and GPUs, support for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 and newer GPUs, reduced brightness GUI theme and more.
This new version of Neat Video had added support for HS-ART Dustbuster 4.5, Assimilate Scratch 6.1, Adobe Premiere Elements 10, Sony Vegas Pro 11 and Vegas Movie Studio 11.
The software has been updated to new CUDA 4. Neat Video team has also improved support for new GPUs and optimized use of memory in GPU.
Neat Video team is pleased to introduce the 3rd generation of its noise for digital video.
The new major version 3 of Neat Video lifts the quality of noise reduction to a new level and increases the rendering speed thanks to GPU acceleration and low-level code optimizations.
Neat Video v3 also starts a new era of noise reduction for Linux users with the release of Neat Video OpenFX plug-in for Linux, which can be used in 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Nuke.