Tuesday, March 11, 2014, 2:00 – 2:30 EST
As much as we try to avoid it, sometimes we have to shoot video in low light. To brighten the video, we have to boost gain, which inserts visible noise into the video, which looks bad and can lead to compression artifacts. In these instances, the best option is remove the noise before encoding.
Most video editors and streaming encoders have noise reduction filters, but in my experience, none work as well as the Neat Video filter, which costs $99.90 and is available as a plug-in for Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Premiere Elements and Apple Final Cut Pro 7&X. Here’s an example of what the filter was able to do for me in a real project (click to view the full image in a separate browser window).
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use the Neat Video filter to remove noise in your source video footage. Specifically, you will learn:
— What types of noise the filter most effectively reduces
— How to use the auto-profile feature for a quick result
— How to customize the filtering settings
— How to customize the temporal settings
— How the Neat video filter compares with filters available in common editing and encoding programs
You will learn which type of noise the Neat video most effectively eliminates, how the results compare to other available tools, and how to apply, customize and save a preset.
Click here to register for the webinar.