X_Denoise v1.0


 
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Contributor: Xavier Martín
X_Denoise is a noise reduction gizmo that can be used to repair damaged or compressed footage. It does the same function of the Nuke Denoise, but using a different algorithm that can sometimes provide better results.
Requirements:
8.0 or later
Windows
02 Aug 2015
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X_Denoise is a noise reduction gizmo that can be used to repair damaged or compressed footage. It does the same function of the Nuke Denoise, but using a different algorithm that can sometimes provide better results.

While most de-noisers try to work out which small pixels are susceptible to be noisy, the X_Denoise averages different frames in order to smooth the noise, making it invisible to the eye. The gizmo offers multiple settings to take control over how many frames are being used and how much detail is preserved.

 

 

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+4 # MARK PINHEIRO 2015-08-03 10:13
I look forward to giving this a go ;-)
 
 
# Ben Louden 2016-01-20 13:01
anyone had issues using this?

installed fine but seems to be just freezing the footage...
 
 
# kiran nani 2016-04-22 14:39
I have tested with nuke 7 Its poping timeoffset errors and not loading at all. Can you make it to nuke 7
 
 
# Elizar Knyazev 2017-04-30 20:20
How can we get version 1.1? I have nuke 10v4 crash after trying to look this node in action
 
 
+1 # Marvin Sprengel 2018-05-28 21:36
when luma fix is at 1 it clamps my values to 1, is this normal behaviour? the documentation is awesome and the tool looks like magic!
 
 
# Tony Shu 2019-09-26 03:41
same problem here!
X_denois behavior at highlight area is a little bit off
 
 
# Vinicius Augusto Silva Freire 2019-05-23 01:58
omg, thank you,
very good, excellent gizmo
 
 
# Remco Consten 2020-03-04 10:53
Works great even after all those years, although lately it seems to be really, really slowing down nuke since I've been using it in nuke 11 and 12. (at a state where it's almost unusable)
It even occurs when it's disabled.


It also will crash the program if you try deleting it while its still connected.

Any idea what might be going on here?

GPU: gtx 1080 ti
 
 
# Sagar More 2021-01-27 13:02
Awesome ! I loved this tool. :-)
 

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