Hey everyone, first time posting here.
I'm facing a problem that I encounter for the first time. I shot on a C300 mkII, on CanonLog3 and with an intra-frame compression. When I started colouring the shots in DaVinci, I noticed some weird noise patterns specially with out-of-focus shots, that existed as well in the untouched footage. At first I thought this was an aliasing problem but then I remarked that the patterns are not random, but rather they are in the shape of the filmed subject where it was in the previous frame (as shown in the pictures). Is this related to the intra-frame compression and can this issue be solved in Resolve? and if not, what is that and what can I do?
Thanks for the reply! It turned that it was an artefact caused by the camera's internal noise reduction. Canon corrected that by releasing a firmware update that allowed users to disable the NR, but apparently the camera I used wasn't updated. Anyway I couldn't see this artefact but until I started the colour grading process, which is too late, so I guess I'm stuck with this result...
You might want to try our DE:Noise plugin (spatial mode: OFF, temporal mode: Average 2 most similar pixels, threshold 100%) - can't quite tell from a still if the frames are just blended or just the features. It might not work on all shots.