In today’s review, we’ll look at a new video processing program from Digiarty developers, specifically VideoProc. The name of VideoProc is not chosen randomly because it is two words linked together. Video means video and Proc refers to process, that is, processing. And that’s precisely about VideoProc. With this program, you can easily process and compress 4K videos that you’ve shot, for example, through GoPro, DJI or iPhone. VideoProc is particularly attractive for unrivaled speed with full hardware acceleration support for video processing and, of course, for ease of use. Now let’s go ahead and take a look at all of the features of VideoProc.
As most of you know, the quality of video recorded by GoPro or DJI drones is really good, while the 4K UHD video really takes up a lot of storage space on your device. That’s why there are programs that take care of processing and compressing 4K videos. However, most of these programs do not work well with the 4K record. That’s exactly why VideoProc is optimized for working with 4K UHD records. In addition, you can modify the video before editing it.
VideoProc supports advanced GPU acceleration
If the information technology is a village for you and you do not know what GPU acceleration means, then read on. Imagine that you have some long 4K video you need to process. So upload it to VideoProc, modify, shorten, and edit it in different ways. Once you have all the work done in post-production, it comes to the so-called render – video processing. The processor is usually used for render – no, but the processor works to the maximum and the graphics card is in idle mode. What if the processor helped? And precisely this is the GPU acceleration – it helps the processor with video processing, so the render time will be significantly reduced. GPU acceleration is supported by all graphics card manufacturers. It does not matter whether you have AMD, Nvidia or integrated graphics from Intel – VideoProc can work with GPU acceleration for all graphics cards.
Compress videos from GoPro, DJI, iPhone
As mentioned above, 4K videos really take up a lot of space. VideoProc can greatly help you to take all these big files and convert them to another format. For 4K UHD videos, a modern HEVC format is available that is very effective. However, if you want to convert video to another format, of course you can – depend on your preferences. With VideoProc, you can also reduce the video in the following ways:
- shorten long videos by cutting and trimming to keep the preferred segment
- Split videos into several small parts
- crop a video to remove unwanted parts (for example, a finger in the shot)
Edit videos from your device
Even before you go into processing yourself, you can adjust video in VideoProc. The basic features you can use include joining multiple videos in one, rotating and tilting videos, and, of course, shortening the recording. Among these advanced features, the point that surprises me most is image stabilization, which can be useful for extreme sports, for example. Additionally, VideoProc offers automatic detection and removal of noise together with removal of the fish eye effect. So if you have a 4K record and want to easily edit it, without doubt, you can use VideoProc.
Other VideoProc features
Of course, VideoProc is primarily designed to handle 4K UHD videos, but it also has added value. Another great feature of VideoProc is DVD conversion and backup. As the name suggests, thanks to this tool, you can simply back up the DVD before it is destroyed on a hard drive. You can also move all these videos to another device. Downloader then uses downloads from YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and others. VideoProc downloader of course supports 4K UHD video downloads and their conversion to various formats. The last feature of VideoProc is Recorder, which makes it easy to record the screen of your computer, iPhone or webcam. You can use this program, for example, to record games as it supports both video and webcam recording simultaneously.
While VideoProc is not a full-featured program that could replace Adobe Premiere, iMovie, Final Cut, etc. It’s not an editing program, it’s a program that takes care of saving space in your storage. If you combine VideoProc, for example, with Adobe Premiere or another editing program, you will be given an inseparable two. VideoProc takes care of video compression, which results in faster loading in editing programs, where you then make the required edits and the masterpiece is in the world.
New Release Special Offer
In addition, to celebrate the new release of VideoProc, the developer Digiarty Software is running a grand campaign to offer license key of VideoProc for free as well as host a sweepstake covering GoPro Hero 7 and its accessories.
How to enter:
Step 1: visit the page about “compress and resize GoPro 4K video”
Step 2: Input your name and email, and click “count me in” and then you will receive a confirmation and a free license for VideoProc by email instantly.
The campaign ends on October 26, so act now and good luck!