Here's a sample

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Jeff N
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Here's a sample

Post by Jeff N » Wed Sep 16, 2009 3:42 pm

Just bought this program last night, tried it on a small piece this morning. I haven't really read the manual or understand how to tweak anything, but here is some HDV footage where I used Neat Video on the left side.

I shot this on a Canon XH-A1 with the gain up (+6 or maybe +12, don't recall), and so there is a lot of noise behind the dancers on the wall which falls off to black.

I have to say I am very impressed with how it eliminated so much of the noise w/out significantly degrading the image:

http://www.mostlymagic.tv/neat_filter.mov

(clip is about 72 megs in size and is quicktime HDV)

If you're not able to see the HDV 1080 version, here is an h264 version at 720, though it's not quite as impressive as seeing it big:

EDIT: If you can't play HDV and see it in 1080, here is a 720 version in h264:

http://www.mostlymagic.tv/neat_720.mov

Here's one more -- much more dramatic:

It's 720 h264. Look at the wall behind the dancers. On the right side, original footage, the noise is dancing as much as the dancers. On the left, the Neat Video filter, it's a lot better:

http://www.mostlymagic.tv/neat2.mov

This is an AMAZING plugin!

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Post by NVTeam » Thu Sep 17, 2009 8:37 am

Yes, the samples look very nice indeed. The clean clips look better and the dance is great. :-)

Thank you for sharing!

Kind regards,
Vlad
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Post by XP » Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:53 am

Jeff N, is your last name Nes?

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Post by Jeff N » Fri Sep 18, 2009 10:25 am

Nope, sorry, last name is not Nes.

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Re: Here's a sample

Post by enshon » Wed Sep 30, 2009 8:31 pm

Jeff N wrote:Just bought this program last night, tried it on a small piece this morning. I haven't really read the manual or understand how to tweak anything, but here is some HDV footage where I used Neat Video on the left side.

I shot this on a Canon XH-A1 with the gain up (+6 or maybe +12, don't recall), and so there is a lot of noise behind the dancers on the wall which falls off to black.

I have to say I am very impressed with how it eliminated so much of the noise w/out significantly degrading the image:

http://www.mostlymagic.tv/neat_filter.mov

(clip is about 72 megs in size and is quicktime HDV)

If you're not able to see the HDV 1080 version, here is an h264 version at 720, though it's not quite as impressive as seeing it big:

EDIT: If you can't play HDV and see it in 1080, here is a 720 version in h264:

http://www.mostlymagic.tv/neat_720.mov

Here's one more -- much more dramatic:

It's 720 h264. Look at the wall behind the dancers. On the right side, original footage, the noise is dancing as much as the dancers. On the left, the Neat Video filter, it's a lot better:

http://www.mostlymagic.tv/neat2.mov

This is an AMAZING plugin!
Nice example. Very illustrating :)

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