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Best noise reduction
for digital video

Known Issues for Edius

Current Issues

  • Neat Video must be applied before all other effects (all versions)
    Due to a limitation of Edius plug-in architecture, Edius and Neat Video may not work correctly if you place Neat Video effect NOT above all other effects applied to a clip. Check the order of effects in the Information tab of Edius. Make sure Neat Video goes first there and stays above Layouter and any other effects. Manually drag Neat Video to the top there if necessary.

  • 10-bit rendering is not supported in Edius (all versions)
    Due to a limitation of Edius temporal API architecture only 8-bit processing is currently supported by Neat Video.

  • Slow decoding and checkout of source frames (all versions)
    Edius is known to be slow at providing frames to Neat Video unless the source clip is transcoded into Edius' internal format. To speed up the overall Edius processing it is recommended to use [Render and Add to Timeline] command on the source clip (or press Shift+Q) before applying Neat Video effect.

  • Neat Video cannot be applied together with other temporal effects (all versions)
    Due to limitations of Edius plug-in engine, Edius cannot correctly process two temporal effects (for example, Neat Video and Time Effect > Speed or Time Effect > Time Remap) applied together. If you try to do that, then the output will be incorrect: frames will come in a wrong order, the results of noise reduction will be poor, etc.

    Workaround: First apply any required temporal effect (for example Speed or Time Remap), then run [Render and Add to Timeline] (Shift+Q). After that, apply Neat Video to that new clip.

  • Using on Adjustment Clip is not supported by Edius (Edius 11)
    Due to a limitation of Edius itself, if you try to apply Neat Video to an Adjustment Clip (this feature has been added in Edius 11), then Edius will serve the plug-in with black frames, which is clearly not right. This behavior may be corrected in the future versions of Edius.

Older Issues

    No known issues

Updated on December 7, 2023