If you want to take a generation hit , increase your footage size files substantially and waste time applying fx to footage that wont make the cut..go ahead.
Uncompressed avi is one option.
You could choose a lesser ( compressed) option depending on the end "intention" of the program.
I've been editing for 30+ years. I would do my editing first and then apply sharpening and denoising after. Why waste time and disk space doing it before? You have me baffled!
Yeah i was trying to work out in my head how inefficient or pointless of a atsk it may be. The only thing I came up with was excess space and a possible compression hit. Being I have space to spare and this is only for web video, I figured the potential drawbacks weren't huge.
I also like to know of all options that would possibly get a task done regardless of efficiency, this helps me learn by gauging the why's and why not's
I can't think of any good whys.
The why nots would be
1. Wasted time
2. Possibly wasted space
3. Possible generation loss
4. Possibly reduced performance in PP