Update: ABSoft Neat Video Pro v3.1 Now Available
Neat Video is a video filter designed to reduce visible noise and grain in digital video footage produced by digital video cameras, camcorders, TV-tuners, digitizers of film or analog video.
Noise is a serious problem that complicates digital video processing. Footage coming from digital video cameras, camcorders, digital TV-tuners, film digitizers, etc., often contains an easily noticeable noise component that may distract viewers. Neat Video is a solution to the noise problem. Neat Video is a filter specifically designed to reduce visible noise in digital video clips produced by modern digital video capturing devices as well as digitized from traditional film or VHS records.
ABSoft Neat Video Pro: Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro, Motion
ABSoft Neat Video Pro OFX: The Foundry Nuke, Eyeon Fusion
The updated Neat Video 3.1 plug-ins include:
- Added support for HS-ART Dustbuster 4.5 (OpenFX plug-in; Windows and Mac OSX)
- Added support for Assimilate Scratch 6.1 (OpenFX plug-in; Windows and Mac OSX)
- Improved support for Motion 5.0.1 (plug-in for Final Cut, Mac OSX)
- Added support for Adobe Premiere Elements 10 (plug-in for Premiere; Windows and Mac OSX)
- Added support for Sony Vegas Pro 11 and Vegas Movie Studio 11 (plug-in for Vegas; Windows)
- Improved accuracy of color channel processing in temporal filter; colors in fast-changing scenes are now preserved better
- Updated to new CUDA 4 (improving compatibility with several NVidia GPUs)
- Improved support for new GPUs (Compute Capability 2.x)
- Optimized use of memory in GPU processing, making rendering more stable and in some cases faster
- Improved stability of GPU processing for large frames (such as 8k)
- Several compatibility issues and bugs have been fixed
Neat Video incorporates the most advanced noise reduction algorithms in the industry – Neat Video noise reduction algorithms were developed for digital imaging and digital video processing field by a highly-qualified professional research group. These algorithms surpass the quality of all classic noise reduction methods and even that of the wavelet-based methods. Although the wavelet-based methods were developed only 10-15 years ago and are still considered relatively modern, Neat Video uses an even newer and more efficient approach to noise reduction. This approach allows drawing a more clear distinction between noise and details in noisy video data. This helps Neat Video reduce more noise and better preserve true details in digital video clips.
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