Cinemartin sent us their announcement of their new video noise reduction called Cinemartin Denoiser, a professional video denoiser standalone software for Windows.
If you've ever shot with a higher ISO or in a dark situation and have thought your shot was ruined because there was too much noise, then maybe Cinemartin Denoiser is for you.
Also cool in that it works on 4k footage, is a stand alone app so you don't have to use it inside your editor, and it even can output H.264 or H.265 as well as prores.
For our readers who seem to be mostly mac OS X users, tho this is windows only, you can purchase something like “Parallels” which will let you run windows on your mac and then run Cinemartin's Denoiser.
See more info below in their press release and on their site.
Cinemartin Denoiser a professional video noise reduction tool
Here's a demo video:
(It is unfortunate that it appears the youtube quality of the demo video is a bit low and it is hard to see some of the effects that are more obvious in the video screen grabs below.)
Below are some samples they sent to show the results:
Cinemartin Denoiser Press Release
September, 2014 Barcelona, Spain
Cinemartin, the Spanish company, producer of the acclaimed Cinemartin Cinec Prores video converter software, the first H265 & prores video converter for windows software (www.cinemartin.com/cinec/), developers of the Adobe Premiere Plugin to export to Apple ProRes (www.cinemartin.com/cinec/plin), now announces the release of Cinemartin Denoiser, a professional video denoiser for windows, that works as standalone software, and outputs to Prores.
PROFESSIONAL VIDEO DENOISER
Cinemartin is proud to announce the release of a professional video denoiser, a standalone software for windows, a noise removal software tool called Cinemartin Denoiser, that allow users to clean the noise of videos, including the noise / grain produced by some cameras on high ISO’s or on low light environments.
This grain removal / video denoise tool has 2 video denoise mechanism to better tune / enhance picture results, optimized for Cinematic & Broadcast & TV applications.
Cinemartin Denoiser works as standalone software for video noise reduction, an easy app, where on users simply load a clip, select a preset (or adjust the denoiser settings), and click on Denoise button, then Cinemartin Denoiser removes the undesired noise / grain and convert the result to a new video file, that can be in ProRes or DNxHD among other pro. cinema and broadcast formats.
The typical noise / grain found on many videos or DLSR cameras with higher T or f lenses on low light environments is resolved with new Cinemartin Software.
OUTPUT TO PRORES, UNCOMPRESSED, ETC..
Users can output the videos to Prores among other professional formats, this means that the denoised output can be produced to a prores codec, dnxhd, h.264, uncompressed avi and even H265.
NO ANY OTHER SOFTWARE REQUIRED
The software works as a Standalone app, so users don’t need to have a NLEditor like Adobe Premiere or Avid Media Composer, Sony Vegas, etc .., Cinemartin Denoiser is not a plugin, don’t need any filter or additional software
As Cinemartin Video Denoiser feature two different denoise mechanism to provide wider results, users can choose to apply none, the denoise 1, the denoiser 2 or both denoisers at the same time, providing one of the best denoiser tools available on the market.
FOR YOUR CAMERA, FOR YOUR VIDEOS
It is designed to work great with any kind of video file (avi, mov, mts, wmv, etc ..) and its the perfect companion for cameras such as Sony A7R, A7S, FDRAX1, AX100, PXW100, Panasonic FZ1000, Panasonic GH4, Sony RX10, RX100, Canon EOS, Canon 5D, Canon 600, Blackmagic BMPCC,BM4K, etc
A CONVERTER TOO
Other great feature is that this video denoiser can be used as a single file video converter, so you can tune
the denoise settings or even turn it off and use it to convert your videos to prores, although the company have Cinemartin Cinec for better and professional video conversions, the conversion on Denoiser inherits some of the features of the engine of the acclaimed Cinec video converter.
It is very useful for all kind of cameras, it is useful for virtually any kind of supported videos Here are the specs:
Supported video input formats: avi, mpg, mpeg, mts, mov, mxf, wmv, etc .. Supported resolutions: SD PAL & NTSC, 720p, 1080p, UHD, 4K DCI
Supported frame rates: 23.978, 23.98, 24, 25, 30, 48, 50, 60, 120, 240
Supported codecs: Apple Prores, DNxHD, XDCam, XAVC, XAVCS, AVCHD, H264 Output format codecs: Prores 422LT, Prores 422, 422 HQ, DNxHD, H264, H265
It is available and it is delivered in both 32 & 64 bit versions, starting at a introductory price of 49 € for Std (up to 1920×1080) version and 99€ for Pro (up to 4K) version. Requirements are Windows 7 or windows 8 (and 8.1).
Check out more including samples and demo on the website of the video denoiser at
What about you? Are you using any video noise reduction software? How's it working for you?
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
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