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Better cameras generate less image noise. Neat Image processing minimizes the noise out of your photos. So your point-and-shoot camera can produce pro-quality results. Neat Image reduces image noise so that shots taken at faster shutter speeds and higher ISO become more usable with Neat Image post-processing.
When working on a project where you need to apply the same effect or effects to a set of similar clips, you want to do that quickly yet correctly. There are several slow and quick ways to have it done. Choosing the right way may depend on a specific set of clips. In the case of applying Neat Video, a lot depends on the noise content of those clips. If you have several clips shot in similar conditions, by the same video camera with the same settings, then the noise in those clips is most likely the same. So if you can quickly add Neat Video with exactly the same noise profile and filter settings to each of those clips, then you can save time on building a noise profile and adjusting the filter settings for each clip individually. Obviously, this will only work well if those clips show the same noise. Otherwise, you would still need to treat them individually for the best noise reduction results.
Shooting in low-light conditions is a reality for most of us. A few weeks ago I shot a speech by Democratic congressional candidate Anthony Flaccavento at a local incubator facility, and as you can see in Figure 1 (below) and in the video above, there's lots of noise in the background, and even on the candidate's face. That's because I had to boost gain to achieve the proper exposure.
If it's the first time you've worked with a particular video, click Auto Profile instead (to the left of the Load Profile button in Figure 4, above). This tells the Neat Video filter to scan for an area in the image that's flat and has little detail, and thus is a region where it's easy to tell whether the changes it detects between frames are noise, or true motion in the frame. In the section of the frame shown in Figure 5 (below), there's no true motion, so all the motion relates to noise that the filter will attempt to eliminate.
Denoiser II, as the name suggests, tries to remove or minimize video noise you might have on your footage. The necessity of a professional tool to remove video noise in post presumes that lots of pros are still capturing noisy video. In a market where DSLRs with massive, light-sensitive sensors are very much the default choice, and prime lenses down to a mouth-watering f/0.95 are widely available, one might wonder exactly what problem this filter is trying to solve.
Before I go into specifics, it's important to realize that this type of plug-in always comes with a trade off. If you're expecting a magic wand that will clean up your footage, making it perfectly sharp, in focus, and looking like you shot it at ISO100, you will be disappointed. However clever the mathematics behind such a plug-in are, you should typically expect the sharpness of your image to degrade in favor of losing some of that ugly video noise.
Removing noise and graininess from videos is easier than ever. Noise and graininess usually occur when a video is shot with poor lighting when the ISO of the camera was unusually high when the video was being recorded or when the camera used in recording the video does not have the right specs.
Video and multimedia content editors like Premiere Pro have proprietary algorithms and filters for fast noise reduction. And when these built-in filters are not adequate or convenient, you can use plugins or standalone noise reduction software to improve the quality and clarity of your videos.
Noise reduction in Premiere Pro does not always yield the best results. Even when the MEDIAN effect is applied with masks, you may find that the denoising effect is applied to parts of the video where noise reduction is not needed. This is because while the masks are static, the contents of the video are not.
Like Neat Video, Magic Bullet Denoiser III works by creating a noise profile. Unlike Neat Video, however, Magic Bullet Denoiser III samples every video frame to create its noise profile. Its settings are also very simple and intuitive, with sliders for reducing noise, smooth colors and preserve details.
Filmora is a great tool to edit video and audio at the same time. It allows you to denoise the background audio from videos with simple click. You can also fade in and fade out audio from video, adjust the pitch and customize the equalizer to enhance the audio effect.
Aiseesoft Video Enhancer is a standalone application with PC and MacOS compatible versions that has good noise reduction and video conversion features. It also has a free version and an affordable paid version. It is very light, feature-specific, and very easy to use.
Noise reduction is one of three (3) enhancement features available in Aiseesoft Video Enhancer. To remove noise from a video, open it in Aiseesoft, check the NOISE REDUCTION box under the ENHANCE menu and click APPLY. This application lets users export their enhanced videos in many formats and with no compression.
Cinemartin Denoiser is a professional video denoising application that offers powerful features for a small fee. A free version with a few locked features is available for a limited time. The full version delivers excellent noise removal options to export to multiple video formats.
The Tipard Video Enhancer enables users to enhance videos through noise reduction and increased video resolution. Unlike Aiseesoft Video Enhancer, Tipard also lets users improve their videos by reducing the perceived shaking or unsteadiness of the video footage. 2b1af7f3a8