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export time all depends on sytem spec, files format ect.
I have neat video and it does a good job.
Do you use Neat on projects s long as 90 min? Could you tell me your approx rendering time? Thanks for the help!
I have used Neat Video for quite some time and find it very useful. Like many of us I often get asked to "convert" old VHS tapes and cine films to DVD. With a bit of trial and error the result can be dramatic. Rendering time can be quite long, but in my opinion well worth it.
4 hours for a 90 minute video sounds really quick. I'd not be surprised at double that time.
4 hours does sound quick. I have a 58 minute 8mm home movie with neat applied to all that I have in media composer. Been 16 hours with 3 more to go.
I've used it on a 70 min film converted to video.
It took 13.5 hours to export with NeatVideo, 10 times more than without NeatVideo.
Agreed, 4 hours is very fast, what is your hardware setup? I have an older Core i7-2600 system and running Red Giant Denoiser II is an overnight affair, usually 12-15 hours or more as another person stated!
In general, the way a video denoiser works is that it takes the current frame of video being processed, and compares each pixel to the corresponding pixels in the adjacent frames (before and after) to determine if the pixel is part of the image, or is noise (noise pixels are different, or random, from frame to frame). So for each frame of HD video there are millions of pixels that need to be compared to millions of other pixels, and then the result needs to be computed to "smooth out" the end result. Crazy intensive processing. Just occurred to me, maybe you are working with SD video which would explain the faster render time?