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Old 05-26-2018, 04:13 PM   #1
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Default Removing Haze from a Clip

I filmed a wedding where we quickly went from a cold day outside to a small, packed, hot pub and my camera steamed up. The clip of the bride coming into the pub is very hazy because of the steam. Is there anything that can be done to reduce the haze??
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It depends on the image.
You can try with the pcc. Can you upload shortclip? That's the best way to get expert help on the subject from users. :)

Even a screen grab or two would be good idea.
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It depends on the image.
You can try with the pcc. Can you upload shortclip? That's the best way to get expert help on the subject from users. :)

Even a screen grab or two would be good idea.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/g38b18cek9bfw8d/Haze.jpg?dl=0
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Something like this?
This was neatvideo. (video is noisy)
Pcc (range extend)
Pcc color correct. (footage had a red bias)

You can adjust neatvideo to keep a bit more detail. This was a quick try.
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Something like this?
This was neatvideo. (video is noisy)
Pcc (range extend)
Pcc color correct. (footage had a red bias)

You can adjust neatvideo to keep a bit more detail. This was a quick try.
Thanks Steve. Would you be able to give me a screenshot of your PCC settings? It's a definite improvement. Thanks for helping.
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Remember that I used Neatvideo to remove the noise before the grade .
The grade was done on a still not on Video so it will need some adjusting.

Note that expandend within the 0->100 range.
Measure the original still . You will see the difference on the waveform.

There are different ways to tackle this tho.
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