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Get VideoProc, a new Mac app for GPU accelerated video processing, editing and more

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

Thanks to our sponsor Digiarty Sofware, makers of new video processing app VideoProc

VideoProc is a new video processing app for 4K and HD videos made to be an all-in-one app for editing, resizing, transcoding, converting and more for all of your videos. The app also offers built-in tools for recording your iPhone screen, recording your Mac’s webcam and screen at the same time, and downloading online videos from over 1000+ sites, giving you everything you need to record, convert, and resize videos for backups, faster uploads, sharing and more.

For a limited time, you can get VideoProc for Free (Reg. $78.90). 

Head below for a closer look at VideoProc.

Full GPU Accelerated Video Processing 

Full GPU Level-3 Hardware Acceleration fully powered by Intel, AMD and NVIDIA GPUs means you get much faster video processing with VideoProc compared to a lot of the free competition. With support for 370 input codecs and 420+ output formats, it offers a 4K-capable video converter that can handle anything from simple to more complicated transcoding needs.

Whether you’re uploading videos to a service like YouTube, sharing videos via Instagram or Twitter, or simply backing up your favorite videos, there are many reasons you might want or need to convert, transcode, or resize a video you shoot on your iPhone, GoPro, drone or other camera once getting it into your Mac. With VideoProc, you’ll be able to handle more common tasks like going from H264 to H265 (HEVC), MKV to iPhone/MP4, AVI to YouTube-compatible formats, and also more intensive processing such as converting 3D to 2D video.

Editing tools 

Rather than having to use a separate app for quick edits and adjustments before converting or processing a video, VideoProc provides built-in tools for easy edits like crops, rotating, subtitles, one-click effects, and merging multiple video clips together.

It also provides more advanced tools for things like stabilizing videos, noise reduction, creating gifs, lens correction, adding watermarks, and more.

Screen Recording

A screen recorder function in VideoProc offers 3 recording modes allowing you to record your Mac or iOS screen or record from your camera while recording your screen at the same time using a picture-in-picture mode. The recording feature allows you to optionally resize or crop the area you want to record, and also provides tools for annotations including drawing, highlights, and adding text, arrows, outlines, images, and voiceovers.

Downloading Videos

Lastly, another feature of VideoProc allows you to download videos and record live streams directly from 1000+ sites including popular video streaming services like YouTube, Twitch, Facebook and more. You can then of course edit and convert your videos before processing them for wherever you want to share or store them later.

For a limited time, you can download VideoProc for Free (Reg. $78.90). 

More Info: 9to5mac.com

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