Dec 22, 2015
Just found that on their website:
(from http://www.cinnafilm.com/dark-energy-for-after-effects/ )
It's Dark Energy, not Dark Matter.
Actually, because there's only so rare "normal matter" (4%!) I would hardly consider it being "normal".
I think Dark Energy is the real "normal matter". For sure.
Hah, Freudian slip up, thanks for correcting
Doesn't Dark Matter comprise 80% of the universe? Should be easy to find...
That's wrong. Check this one:
On topic: i tried the demo because I was working on a project where we shot at 16000 ISO on Red Epic with the scene only lit by candles. I was expecting Dark Energy to be more sophisticated than Neat Video - but Neat Video easily outperformed Dark Energy on very noisy material.
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