Stabilize first for MUCH better results

general questions about Neat Video
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erikgraham
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Stabilize first for MUCH better results

Post by erikgraham » Tue Nov 10, 2015 6:16 pm

Is it me, or do the results improve drastically if you stabilize footage first, then apply Neat?

Seems especially true for drone footage with a lot of vibration.

I guess it makes sense, especially when Neat is comparing multiple frames, but it isn't mentioned in the docs.

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Post by NVTeam » Wed Nov 11, 2015 3:31 pm

That may indeed be a good idea to stabilize first but only if the stabilizer is doing its job very well, not making noise reduction more difficult afterwards.

If you could send us (to support [at] neatvideo) a small test case (a a project with a short test clip, with stabilizer and Neat Video applied to the clip) showing how you use those tools together, we would check which way provides better results.

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Post by mathewlisett » Fri Jan 22, 2016 12:01 am

you also want to consider dealing with any strobbing or flickering as neatvideo like many other noise rudction filters can make things WORSE, and even make some scenes like a dream transition ie wavey.

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