Neat Video always using 32-bit depth

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Hello, I’m using Neat Video Pro 5 for Premiere Pro, Mac version. Does anyone know if it’s actually possible to change the bitdepth at which Neat Video is set? Because, to me, no matter what project or sequence or clip I use it on, it always says “32 bits”.
On the Neat Video forums, I’ve read that they give full responsibility to Premiere, saying that NV merely adopts whatever bitdepth the host application gives it, but I see no way of changing bitdepth inside Premiere, besides the Sequence Settings’ adjustment “Maximum Bit Depth”, which I’ve tried to deselect, without seeing any change inside Neat Video.
The videos I’d like to edit are 16 bits.

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R Neil Haugen Adobe Community Professional , Feb 07, 2021
32-bit float is the processing process math ... and yes, you really want the 32-bit processing for the vastly higher accuracy.   It does NOT mean the media is recorded in 32 bit-depth of course. That's a very different thing. It sets bit depth for encoding by the format/codec standards as chosen in the settings you used in the Export dialog.   Neil

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32-bit float is the processing process math ... and yes, you really want the 32-bit processing for the vastly higher accuracy.

 

It does NOT mean the media is recorded in 32 bit-depth of course. That's a very different thing. It sets bit depth for encoding by the format/codec standards as chosen in the settings you used in the Export dialog.

 

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