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Joseph Freeman III
Video Denoiser Best Practices
on Jan 31, 2018 at 2:43:38 pm

The video denoiser should be the first effect in the video effects chain, but due to heavy processing overhead playback speed is greatly diminished. To remedy this obstacle, I typically place Red Giant’s Denoiser III in an adjustment layer above the video clips, so I can enable or disable at will.

I have encountered inconsistent results when rendering, at times dissolves don’t properly work and sometimes a clip does not appear when the adjustment layer is enabled, or other effects don’t properly work. Many times all appears to work, as expected, then a clip doesn’t contain an applied effect.

If Denoiser is applied at the clip level, then enabling/disabling is inefficient due to the time required.
I have considered applying denoiser when footage is first imported and transcoding before beginning a project. The downside is not knowing what material will be selected and losing quality in the transcoding process, unless transcoding to an Uncompressed format, such as MOV/Animation.

It’s not that I’m new to Premiere Pro or After Effects, having used them almost daily for a number of years, I’m just finally getting around to asking for opinions on how to solve this on going issue.

How is this process handled in the professional arena with feature films or heavy effects centric projects?
Thank you.

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