You have learned about human's eye sensitivity to changes in brightness and color components the previous articles and how that could be used in Neat Video's profiling process. Now it's time to utilize Preview Assist to get the most out of noise reduction. Read it here!
Added support for new versions of nearly every host application capable of utilizing Neat Video, including Adobe CC 2018, Resolve 15, Magix Products, Vegas Products, Pinnacle Studio, VirtualDub2 and others. Compatibility with AMD GPU has been improved to support some high-end and mid-range devices. Other minor changes have also been made to make the product more stable and convenient to use.
Our eyes react differently to changes in brightness (Luminance) and color (Chrominance). Eyes do not very well resolve small details in the color component but can significantly better discern fine details in the brightness component. Neat Video utilises this fact and uses it to your advantage when cleaning up your video. Read more here!
Award-winning music video director / editor Tom Cole shows us how it’s done in our latest user story. Read here!
Drones have brought filmmaking to the whole new level, however they have issues we all want to be fixed: super-intensive sensor noise, frame flicker, compression artifacts and blurry spots in shadows. Many drone videos have at leat one of those issues. Get a better understanding why drone videos have their problems and how to make the most out of your flying friend here!
Learn to adopt a Swiss Army Knife approach to the business of video in our latest Neat User Story. Read here!
Neat Video 4 products have been updated to version 4.7 with added support for AMD Vega GPUs and new versions of host applications. The update also includes cosmetic changes in the user interface as well as stability improvements.
Our tests have confirmed that the latest version (4.6.1) of Neat Video is compatible with the recently released After Effects CC 2018, Premiere CC 2018 as well as Premiere Elements 2018.