When filming in low light conditions, you may forget to take a couple of seconds to record something featureless to help yourself build a noise profile and fix unwanted noise and gran in post. You can end up with a clip, that is so rich with details that it’s impossible to find a big flat area to build a quality noise profile.
If this is exactly your scenario, there are a couple of different ways you can go. You can either use our Calibration Target or utilize Generic Profile. Our latest blog post unfolds the beauty of our Calibration targets and how they can help to save your footage. Read it here.
When you have several clips that were shot in similar conditions, by the same video camera with the same settings, then the noise in those clips is most likely the same. That means that Neat VIdeo's settings for all of those clips are going to be the same as well. This is true for other effects as well. So, why don't you learn some quick tips on applying effects to multiple clips in DaVinci Resolve? Find them here.
Most professional video editing software such as Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, DaVinci Resolve, Final Cut, Nuke, Media Composer… allow external plug-ins. Neat Video is only one of many examples. Understanding the interactions between host and plug-ins will not only improve your user experience but also eliminate unnecessary delays and frustration. Read more here.
Working on this update, our team concentrated on fine adjustments to the user interface. We have improved playback, zoom adjustment and initial positioning of Neat Video's window.
This release has also included support for some new GPUs and video editing applications.
Sometimes even when you follow the rules of Neat Video, you can get a cleaner, but somehow still partially noisy video anyway. One of the most common reasons for such an outcome is repeated frames and/or repeated noise in the video. Dig dipper into the problem and learn how to fix it.
Neat Video 5.2 can now use the new Metal technology offered by MacOS for faster GPU processing. In addition, we have added support for a number of new GPUs including those used in new Mac Pro machines. GPU acceleration has being improved on all supporting platforms. Users of Adobe Premiere will benefit from smoother integration between Neat Video and Premiere. On top of that we have made some other improvements.
Neat Video keeps getting updated. The latest version 5.1.5 brings support for the latest Adobe, OpenFX and Magix video editing applications. It also extends the family of supported GPUs with new AMD graphic cards. In addition, the update includes stability and performance improvements.
Neat Video has been updated to version 5.1 with added support for AMD Radeon VII and some other AMD GPUs as well as new versions of host applications. The update also includes stability and performance improvements: refer to the full description for more details. Several bugs have been fixed as well.