This VideoProc Mac video editing post is presented by Digiarty.
When the holidays roll around, your impulse to make scads of digital videos and then doctor them up for friends and family may be stronger than ever this year. After all, lots of people will not see as many loved ones in person because of the COVID-19 pandemic. That makes it a good time to invest in fast, capable and easy-to-use video editing software at a great price. So rejoice, because Digiarty is offering Cult of Mac readers lifetime-use licenses for its VideoProc Mac editing and processing software at 60% off for Christmas.
What is VideoProc?
VideoProc is lightweight Mac video editing and processing software. It offers some features that are unavailable in a simpler application like iMovie. VideoProc’s suite of functions may appeal to non-experts who consider tools like Final Cut Pro too expensive or too tough to master for quick edits.
More than just straight-up Mac video-editing software, VideoProc integrates robust editing with video, audio and DVD conversion and compression, downloading and desktop- and iOS-based screen recording. By employing full GPU acceleration, it quickly processes any 4K, 8K and HD videos from cameras, smartphones and drones at a high level of quality.
VideoProc gets the job done for many users
If you’re not always satisfied with built-in or free video-editing and -processing tools but you’re not actually going pro as a video producer, VideoProc could be for you.
All-in-one video editing
VideoProc offers a set of easy-to-use video editing features all in one place. Even beginners can put slick or fun finishing touches on videos for personal use.
In an intuitive interface, you can cut footage, merge multiple video files from different formats, crop images or change aspect ratios, and rotate or flip imagery. You can add a watermark or subtitles. You can stabilize a shaky video and adjust speed, volume and brightness. A number of preset visual effects help you polish your finished product. And you can even fix fisheye lens distortion and remove unwanted background noise, among other helpful functions.
Convert and compress
Sometimes you need to convert video to another format for use on another device. VideoProc processes 4K or HD video you may take with a GoPro action cam, a DJI drone, iPhone, Android, camcorder or any other 4k camera. Encompassing 370 input codecs and more than 420 output formats, the video converter responds simply and well to all basic, and most complex, transcoding needs with lossless, A-to-B video conversion. Common format conversions include H264 to H265 (HEVC), MKV to iPhone/MP4, AVI to YouTube and 3D to 2D.
And if a video is too big to upload or share, you can easily resize it. VideoProc offers six ways to resize large 4K videos shot by GoPro, iPhone, DJI, DSLR and other devices with a high level of quality. VideoProc can compress a large video’s size by 90% simply by adjusting pixel-level quality, for example.
Download videos and music
With VideoProc, you can download videos, music and playlists selectively or in batches from more than 1,000 websites. You can record YouTube and other streaming sources live. The downloader lets you use preferred formats and quality levels (e.g., 8K/4K/1080p/720p). Then you can convert the downloaded media to more than 420 formats.
Record Mac and iOS screen
VideoProc features HD screen and webcam recording. You can record videos that can’t be downloaded, capture full or partial PC or Mac screens with sound, and record with or without a webcam. The system supports real-time drawing, green screen, picture-in-picture videos and more.
Full GPU acceleration
VideoProc features GPU acceleration to take full advantage of advanced processors from Intel, Nvidia and AMD while optimizing file sizes and reducing CPU drain. That can avert typical hitches and freeze-ups associated with heavy graphics processing. It can also help keep your other applications running smoothly while your system grapples with video.
Conclusion: Thumbs up on VideoProc
60% off lifetime-use licenses for VideoProc Mac editing and processing software is a great “get” for Cult of Mac readers during the holidays. For most people editing and processing videos for everyday use, VideoProc gets the job done faster and better than super-basic applications and in a competent manner that makes high-end, more complex and expensive products unnecessary unless you’re seriously upping your video “game.”
Price: $29.95 (60% off $68.90) for a lifetime license for one computer.