VideoProc is the best toolbox to edit and handle 4K videos
Editing made easy.
In the times we live in today, image is very important, especially video, the moving video. With this in mind, the task of converting and editing videos is no longer uniquely done by audiovisual professionals – the average Joe now wants and needs to publish a good quality video of a vlog or the last vacation trip on Instagram or YouTube.
Fortunately for all those needing to edit the video easily, there are a few options in terms of software dedicated to this purpose, as they are becoming simpler and more accessible to most users. A very good example is VideoProc, a video editing tool for macOS and Windows, made available by Digiarty Software.
But what makes this software stand out from others?
First, how easy it really is to use. Navigation is very straightforward, and the steps that go from importing a video to editing and exporting the final result are very simple and clear, without the program ever freezing or crashing.
Despite this easiness of use, VideoProc brings a lot of features to the table, which should please any regular user – even with 4K video. For professional use, though, this software also has a lot to offer, including the full GPU acceleration and quality-oriented engine, which should produce very satisfactory results even for the most demanding users.
Among others, VideoProc’s main features include the possibility to cut a video and other basic functionality such as trimming, splitting, or merging; more advanced editing like deshake, denoise, other effects, subtitles/watermark; strong processing of 4K and other large videos; easy format conversion to GIF, MKV and more, with the possibility of directly converting DVDs to these formats.
How to split a video
One feature that can be easily missed is the ability to split a video. To utilize this, you’ll have to click on the Toolbox tab. From here, all you have to do is click on the “Split” button and you’re good to go.
If this software interests you, run to the giveaway website in order to get a free licensed copy of VideoProc while the offer lasts. Available both for Windows and Mac, it should give most users all the tools they need for their video-editing needs so that their Instagram and YouTube postings get better than ever.
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