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  • Frame size reduction for Neat video- 4k in HD timeline

    I am using 4k footage in a 1080p timeline. Neat video is seeing the full 4k frame size. In a Neat forum they talk about having your editor send a reduced frame to Neat to work on.
    Does anyone do this or know how to?
    Thanks,
    Alfred

  • #2
    do a Shift-Q render (render and add to timeline) and put the neat video plugin on the rendered file. The render makes a file at the timeline resolution, not the source file resolution.
    Last edited by BernH; 08-25-2021, 12:54 PM.
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      I missed the f in shift and got **** in place of the word.

  • #3
    If you put neat video before the layouter it will work on the 4K original. Another alternative would be to nest the 4K clip in a sequence and then applied Neat Video to the sequence.
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    • #4
      Neat VIdeo needs to be applied before the layouter.
      Steve

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      • #5
        I have Neat before the layouter. I am shooting concert video with 2 or 3 4k cameras. I may produce 10 or more multi-cam song clips So far I have found the Q shift problematic, but I don't remember what the issue is.. After syncing the cameras, I put each camera in a sequence and apply color correction (and recently Neat). I then nest these cam sequences to do my multi-cam edits. So would I color correct a cam sequence and then nest it and then apply Neat to that sequence and put the resulting sequence in my multi-cam sequence?
        I am trying to do as much nesting as I can, so that I can go back to an earlier sequence to adjust fx, color, neat etc. rather than dealing with all the bits and pieces in my final edit.
        Thanks for your response.

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