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« on: June 16, 2019, 05:53 »
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Reduce noise and flicker in video and time lapses with Neat Video 5.0
https://youtu.be/Y8NvdNF6lXs


« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2019, 09:11 »
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I downloaded the demo version yesterday and was disappointed. No real improvement in speed nor quality using it on Davinci Resolve 15 Studio. The Flickr and Noise reduction work quite well and I would say are faster than Neat Video 5. But I have to say that I also did not dig enough to see if I could improve results but speed wise it is quite slow.
I have an i7 8700 32gb Ram and Nvidia GTX 1070. with SSD disks

« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2019, 03:02 »
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I downloaded the demo version yesterday and was disappointed. No real improvement in speed nor quality using it on Davinci Resolve 15 Studio. The Flickr and Noise reduction work quite well and I would say are faster than Neat Video 5. But I have to say that I also did not dig enough to see if I could improve results but speed wise it is quite slow.
I have an i7 8700 32gb Ram and Nvidia GTX 1070. with SSD disks
Interesting...
I have not tried with DVR, I use it with After Effects and Premiere Pro.
I have a computer with similar specs to yours and I have no speed issues at all

« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2019, 14:15 »
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I downloaded the demo version yesterday and was disappointed. No real improvement in speed nor quality using it on Davinci Resolve 15 Studio. The Flickr and Noise reduction work quite well and I would say are faster than Neat Video 5. But I have to say that I also did not dig enough to see if I could improve results but speed wise it is quite slow.
I have an i7 8700 32gb Ram and Nvidia GTX 1070. with SSD disks

Had such high hopes for this - wasn't thrilled but there was some improvement.

« Reply #4 on: June 30, 2019, 06:46 »
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I downloaded the demo version yesterday and was disappointed. No real improvement in speed nor quality using it on Davinci Resolve 15 Studio. The Flickr and Noise reduction work quite well and I would say are faster than Neat Video 5. But I have to say that I also did not dig enough to see if I could improve results but speed wise it is quite slow.
I have an i7 8700 32gb Ram and Nvidia GTX 1070. with SSD disks

Had such high hopes for this - wasn't thrilled but there was some improvement.
What program do you use it with?

« Reply #5 on: June 30, 2019, 07:35 »
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i've been using it for quite some time - and really like it. Did a  great job of denoising some of my nighttime footage.

« Reply #6 on: June 30, 2019, 16:47 »
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I downloaded the demo version yesterday and was disappointed. No real improvement in speed nor quality using it on Davinci Resolve 15 Studio. The Flickr and Noise reduction work quite well and I would say are faster than Neat Video 5. But I have to say that I also did not dig enough to see if I could improve results but speed wise it is quite slow.
I have an i7 8700 32gb Ram and Nvidia GTX 1070. with SSD disks
Interesting...
I have not tried with DVR, I use it with After Effects and Premiere Pro.
I have a computer with similar specs to yours and I have no speed issues at all
I believe Davinci Resolve noise reduction is good enough on its own (it well worth the extra $300 that you pay for full paid version of DVR), so NeatVideo doesn't really shine  in comparison (though it is a kind of hack - you can use a free version of Resolve and buy NeatVideo for noise reduction, and save $200).

On the other hand all Adobe products have a lot of flaws and miss a lot of features so you have to buy plugins, panels and actions to make them functional.

For me Davinci Resolve NR does a great job. I shoot night videos like this  https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-1032129905-famous-greek-tourist-landmark---iconic-athens and they are accepted and sold.

« Reply #7 on: July 01, 2019, 09:26 »
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I just purchased a Mavic 2 Zoom and as it can get a little noisy I did some more tests with Neatvideo 5 and now I have to say that it is superior to Davinci resolve 15 Studio in noise removal. I would say speedwise both are not fast which is to be expected but the results I get from Neatvideo are better than those with Resolve. I finally purchased it. Have been a user of Neat Image for many years. I am glad I tried again and got a little better profiling the noise characteristicas before removing it as I did in my firsts trials.

Thanks again for bringing up this topic as it made me try the software.

Cheers



I downloaded the demo version yesterday and was disappointed. No real improvement in speed nor quality using it on Davinci Resolve 15 Studio. The Flickr and Noise reduction work quite well and I would say are faster than Neat Video 5. But I have to say that I also did not dig enough to see if I could improve results but speed wise it is quite slow.
I have an i7 8700 32gb Ram and Nvidia GTX 1070. with SSD disks
Interesting...
I have not tried with DVR, I use it with After Effects and Premiere Pro.
I have a computer with similar specs to yours and I have no speed issues at all

« Reply #8 on: July 02, 2019, 06:55 »
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I just purchased a Mavic 2 Zoom and as it can get a little noisy I did some more tests with Neatvideo 5 and now I have to say that it is superior to Davinci resolve 15 Studio in noise removal. I would say speedwise both are not fast which is to be expected but the results I get from Neatvideo are better than those with Resolve. I finally purchased it. Have been a user of Neat Image for many years. I am glad I tried again and got a little better profiling the noise characteristicas before removing it as I did in my firsts trials.

Thanks again for bringing up this topic as it made me try the software.

Cheers



I downloaded the demo version yesterday and was disappointed. No real improvement in speed nor quality using it on Davinci Resolve 15 Studio. The Flickr and Noise reduction work quite well and I would say are faster than Neat Video 5. But I have to say that I also did not dig enough to see if I could improve results but speed wise it is quite slow.
I have an i7 8700 32gb Ram and Nvidia GTX 1070. with SSD disks
Interesting...
I have not tried with DVR, I use it with After Effects and Premiere Pro.
I have a computer with similar specs to yours and I have no speed issues at all
I also  have a Mavic 2 zoom, really excellent for video (less so for photos and hyperlapses). The only problem is that it generates a good amount of noise (but all drones do).
I use NV5 in any single clip made with the M2Z and I am really happy with the results


 

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