Have you noticed how some people post videos that look like a pro?
From our experience, there is a high chance they are using a regular cellphone and a little bit of AI enhancer. You can do it too! To eliminate the noise just apply the AI Noise reducer. Check out the possible results.
Video noise has a buzzing pattern that quickly changes from frame to frame. It’s best seen in real examples:
Noise usually appears in poor light conditions (night, dusk, indoor video, cloudy day…). Higher quality and more expensive cameras create better videos with less noise on average because they have larger sensors.
On the other hand, mobile devices have much smaller sensors (cheaper) but suffer from a lot more noise if the lightning is not perfect (think, sunny day and outside). Try to zoom into a picture you’ve taken indoors with your phone and you’ll what we’re talking about.
It’s best to open the video and see if there is any noise in it. If yes, apply the De-noise filter.
Noise vs Grain
Noise and grain look very similar, but are caused by different things. Grain is typically found in older film tape formats like 32mm, 16mm, and 8mm. The grain is one of the things that make old movies look like old movies, and it’s a good thing to have.
Noise is created when the camera signal is disturbed and it’s unwanted in videos/images. Noise can be in color, while grain is almost always without color.