Neat Video Pro 3.5 for Premiere Pro is a filter that can help you improve the quality of your video clips by reducing visible noise and sharpening the details. It is designed to work with digital video captured by modern devices such as cameras, camcorders, TV-tuners, film scanners, etc., as well as digitized from traditional sources such as film or VHS tapes.

In this article, we will show you how to use Neat Video Pro 3.5 for Premiere Pro to enhance your video projects. We will cover the following steps:

  1. Installing the plug-in
  2. Applying the filter to a video clip
  3. Adjusting the noise profile and settings
  4. Previewing and rendering the results

Installing the plug-in

To install Neat Video Pro 3.5 for Premiere Pro, you will need a cracked version of the plug-in that bypasses the license verification. You can download it from this torrent link[^1^] or this one[^2^]. Make sure you have a torrent client such as uTorrent or BitTorrent installed on your computer.

Once you have downloaded the torrent file, open it with your torrent client and start downloading the plug-in files. The download size is about 7.7 MB and it should not take long to complete.

After the download is finished, extract the files from the ZIP archive to a folder on your computer. You should see a file named NeatPRSetup_3.5.exe and a folder named Install pictures that contains some screenshots of the installation process.

Double-click on NeatPRSetup_3.5.exe to launch the installer. Follow the instructions on the screen and choose the location where you want to install the plug-in. The default location is C:\Program Files\Adobe\Common\Plug-ins\CS6\MediaCore\Neat Video for Premiere.

When the installation is done, you will see a message saying that Neat Video Pro 3.5 for Premiere Pro has been successfully installed.

Applying the filter to a video clip

To use Neat Video Pro 3.5 for Premiere Pro, you will need to have Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 or later installed on your computer. Launch Premiere Pro and create a new project or open an existing one.

Import the video clip that you want to enhance into your project panel. Drag and drop it onto a sequence in your timeline.

Select the video clip in your timeline and go to Effect Controls panel. Under Video Effects, look for Neat Video Reduce Noise v3 and drag and drop it onto your video clip.

You will see a message saying that Neat Video needs to build a noise profile for this clip. Click on Options to open the Neat Video window.

Adjusting the noise profile and settings

The Neat Video window is where you can adjust the parameters of the noise reduction and sharpening process. The first step is to build a noise profile, which is a representation of the noise characteristics of your video clip.

To build a noise profile, you need to select a frame from your video clip that contains a flat area with uniform color and texture, such as a wall, sky, or water surface. This area should be large enough to cover at least half of the preview window.

You can use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the preview window to find such a frame, or use the slider to scrub through your video clip. You can also zoom in or out using the magnifying glass buttons or scroll wheel on your mouse.

Once you have found a suitable frame, click

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