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Joseph Freeman III
Re: Video Denoiser Best Practices
on Apr 24, 2020 at 12:28:40 pm

My solution for "previously shot" material has been to perform Denoise in After Effects (Dynamic Link) for each shot in question, without any color grading or additional alterations. Typically in Premiere Pro, the clip is duplicated and placed on another video track and disabled (Before linking), to ensure original clip availability if needed.

In AE, I render a quick check of the dynamically linked clip with denoise applied to view the rendered semi-final results (no color grading). This check print can be deleted after viewing.

In Premiere Pro, the AE linked clip is rendered and replaced with typically a ProRes 422HQ. Color grading is applied to this denoised clip.

For each project I create a MASTER After Effects VFX file and have it opened in the background before creating a new denoised clip. This ensures all denoised clips are saved in one location.

This approach has been my go to approach for the past year and half and has eliminated many hours of frustration and has improved my workflow.

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