|License||Free to try|
|File Size||48.83 MB|
|Operating System||Windows, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|
VideoProc is one-stop video processing software to edit, transcode, resize, enhance 4K UHD videos with full GPU acceleration. The simple but powerful video editor polishes any video clips easier to fit YouTube, Instagram and more; it also reduces large-sized 4K/HD footages without quality loss. Using full GPU acceleration tech, all video processing work will be finished at 5X faster than others. With well-designed UI, VideoProc offers other features to save online videos, record desktop/webcam and convert DVDs. 1. Simple & Professional Video Editor: VideoProc offers professional video-editing solutions for quick SNS sharing. It meets basic needs with easy cut, crop, merge, rotate, effects, touching up video footages in no time. The high-level options in toolbox make studio-quality film just like a pro, including stabilize, denoise, make GIFs, correct fisheye lens distortion, force A/V sync. 2. Full GPU Accelerated Speed: Equipped with level-3 hardware acceleration tech, VideoProc peaks No.1 fast speed up to 47x real-time faster reserving quality. It is committed to achieving the most efficient video processing operation in the market. 3. Impeccable Transcoding Capacity: With 370+ codec library, the 4K video processing tool can handle any videos from camera, GoPro, iPhone, Android, camcorder, DJI etc. From H264 to H265 (HEVC), MKV to iPhone/MP4, AVI to YouTube, 3D to 2D, AAC to MP3. 4. Flexible Parameters to Resize & Enhance Video: Users are allowed to reduce video size or control quality by adjusting a full set of resolutions, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, sample rate, video/audio codecs. It is specially set to improve quality from HD to 4K for 4k TV or UHD screens. 5. Versatile Online Video Downloader, Screen Recorder: Easily download online videos, music, playlists from 1,000+ Web sites. Record gameplay, presentations, webinar, Skype call, streaming videos from desktop, webcam or both concurrently in picture-in-picture mode.