How to correct accidental ISO bump in source video

Community Beginner ,
Jun 22, 2021 Jun 22, 2021

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I'm starting to process a 90-min vid of a memorial service. In camera, while adjusting exposure I didn't notice the ISO bumped up to 12k. The resulting video sections are ruddy and stippled. Can I somehow correct this in Premiere?

 

 

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Jun 22, 2021 Jun 22, 2021

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Let me move this to the Premiere Pro forum for you, which I'm hoping is the appropriate forum for your question. If you're using Elements, say so and someone will move this post for you to Premiere Elements.

The Using the Community forum is for help in using the Adobe Support Community forums, not for help with specific programs. Product questions should be posted in the associated product community.

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Jun 22, 2021 Jun 22, 2021

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Screenshots would help.

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Jun 22, 2021 Jun 22, 2021

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Jun 22, 2021 Jun 22, 2021

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You can correct the color with Premiere but not the noise.

You need something like Neat Video or DE:noise from RE Vision Effects plugin.

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Jun 23, 2021 Jun 23, 2021

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Thank you Ann, I appreciate the tip.  I got the trial for Denoise and tried their sample video application, works great.


So I purchased the product, and could use some tips to get started.  I'm brand new with Premiere at this level, so I'm unsure how to proceed:

- the video needing denoising is 42 minutes long, comprised of 6 file segments in a project of 1:25:20 overall length.  

- Are there specific Premiere techniques (or things to avoid) to make this go smoothly? Anything to look out for (to shorten processing time)?

- Some of the segments are zoomed in and/or pan (thus have more/less noise), so what's the best way to process?  All in one chunk, or should I somehow split the processing into different chunks?

- The Neat folks say I should process denoise first, then do other processing, like color/tone balancing, audio, adding stills/music.  Do you agree?

- Someone suggested using Razor tool.  Is there a better tool to use?  I currently only have markers at the begin and end of the noisy portion.

- Any good tutorials? you can suggest?

 

Thans a lot!  Appreciate any tips... Just trying to get started smoothly and avoid pitfalls.

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