Video editing on the Mac is needlessly a complicated task. The iMovie app is not powerful enough for most people while others can’t afford to buy the Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere Pro that costs hundreds of dollars. Enters VideoProc, which is a powerful yet simple and easy to use video editing software for the Mac. It allows users to perform the most common as well as complicated video editing tasks with ease.
Using VideoProc app you can work on your 4K videos and make changes to them. The 4K support and handy features make VideoProc a perfect tool for GoPro users who want to edit their photos on their Mac with full hardware acceleration. The software offers features like ability to crop unwanted parts and trim so you can split large videos into smaller parts automatically. It also has the ability to merge multiple clips into one and creating a seamless movie. You also get other features like subtitles, effects and rotation.
With VideoProc you can also stabilize the video and fix the fisheye. In addition to that it offers super useful features like GoPro’s HEVC conversion and ability for users to compress and resize a 4K video without quality loss. In addition to editing your GoPro footage you can also use VideoProc to edit footage made on iPhones, Drones, HD Cameras and more.
Videos shot on GoPro, iPhone and other ultra portable video cameras can be a lot shaky. With VideoProc you can easily stabilize a video. On top of that it offers features like noise removal and ability to remove unwanted background and wind noises with ease.
With VideoProc you can convert videos from one format to another. The tool supports all of the popular video formats including 370 input codecs and over 420 output formats. So you can take an H264 video and convert it to H265 (HEVC) or convert an MKV video into an iPhone compatible format. It can also convert audio and DVDs.
Other features that are available to VideoProc users include easy way to turn part of a video into GIF or extract JPG/PNG images from it. Users can also add watermark to their video and add things like text, logos, images or timecode. You can pass through video streams into MKV with no encoding and build M3U8 playlist with single or multiple .ts files for HTTP streaming. It also has a built-in screen recorder that lets you record your computer’s screen.
One of the most unexpected features of the VideoProc tool allows users to download videos and music from a wide range of popular websites. So you can use the tool to download audio and video from sites like YouTube, Facebook, Dailymotion, Twitch, SoundCloud and more. After the download has competed you can convert the downloads in formats of your choice.
You can download VideoProc on your Mac for free as a trial. A full license for the tool is available for $29.95 for a single computer.