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Andrew Devis@Daniel DeCarli
by on Jul 27, 2011 at 8:32:16 pm

Hi Daniel, I asked the team and got this reply for you:

The computer hardware (including processor model, memory speed,
etc.) in fact does matter. As well as the effects, filters and
codecs used in the project, and the host application too. It all
counts and there is no single answer to all cases.

In ideal circumstances, Neat Video v2.7 can render about
1920x1080 1-2 HD frames per second on a fast quadcore Intel
processor (there are faster and slower quadcore CPUs).

Neat Video's the top priority is the quality of noise reduction.
It takes time to do it right and achieve good quality.

We currently work on speeding up the processing and
expect good results later this year.

Hope this helps,
Neat Video

Andrew

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