Neat Video Pro – Best Noise Reduction Plugin for Digital Video for After Effects
Reducing noise to improve visual quality
Neat Video is a powerful video editing plug-in designed to reduce digital noise and other imperfections. It is an extremely effective way to clean up video from any source including video cameras, digitized film, TV tuners and others.
Used by professionals — loved by enthusiasts too
Neat Video is a widely recognized solution used by a diverse and growing community of all levels — from video professionals to amateur enthusiasts. Anyone who wants to improve video quality can use Neat Video.
Engineered to be accurate and efficient
Neat Video employs an innovative noise-profiling approach together with sophisticated mathematical algorithms to transform grainy, imperfect footage into spectacularly smooth, noise-free shots. Moreover, it’s engineered to take full advantage of the available CPU and GPU hardware so it works as fast as possible.
What is Neat Video?
Neat Video is a digital filter designed to reduce visible noise and grain found in footage from digital video cameras, DSLRs, TV-tuners and even digitized film or VHS. Neat Video is available as a plug-in for After Effects.
Digital noise appears as fine, dancing speckles or static in certain areas of a video clip. It is caused by a range of factors including low light levels, high sensor gain, electronic interference and aggressive compression of video data.
Regardless of the source, any form of noise can seriously degrade the visual quality of footage. However, thanks to the most advanced noise reduction algorithms in the industry, Neat Video offers a way to clean up noisy clips. It is a highly automated and user-friendly plug-in that can be applied in only a few clicks. Improving video quality while preserving the beauty, detail and clarity of the original footage. In many cases rescuing clips that would otherwise be unusable.
Neat Video enhances clips suffering from the following defects:
- Digital noise produced by image sensors of most modern video capturing devices
- Grain present in digitized film or analog video
- Dust and scratches found in digitized film
- Electric interference degrading analog video
- Compression artifacts
- Color banding