VideoProc Review – A GPU Accelerated Software for Daily Video Editing


Ever since the short videos made its way to the social media platform the video business started to bloom. People started to capture every precious moment in their mobile, many vlog profiles got multiplied over time because of the convivence in capturing. Unlike the cameras, mobile phones aren’t that heavy to carry, hence, it facilitated the process of video recording. For many professionals, video recording through the phone made their job simpler. But the problem raised while uploading. It does not make a good appeal to upload a long, lengthy poor-quality video on YouTube. There are plenty of video editing tools are available in the market that adds life to your video.


The inconvenience of uploading large videos

In any case, you understand that your videos are huge; a 1-hour video in 4K is more than 318GB! You need to upload your 4K video to YouTube yet the application just permits 128 Gigs for each video. You would have been stuck without any clue at this moment. You have a long hour of video on your video recorder, yet the documents are too large to even consider uploading without editing them to 20-minute clasps or changing over them into a more ‘upload friendly’. The other choice is to reduce your video file size with lossless compression. To fix this issue perfectly, you just need a one-stop video video processing tools with simple editing and compressing feature. Following are three softwares we find worthy a try.


VideoProc – Best for Beginners (Windows/Mac)

VideoProc is extremely easy-to-use for beginners to download and convert video/audio, edit and compress videos with best quality, record screen and webcam in 3 modes. Moreover, it is specialized in processing process 4K/large videos thanks to the full GPU acceleration, no lags or crashes.


Adobe Premiere Pro – Best for Professionals (Windows)

Adobe’s products are really best-in-class, however, the price is really expensive. Speaking of editing videos, Adobe Premier Pro is definitely one of the best choices for professionals, YouTubers and enthusiasts. Only drawback of this software is, it is a little complicated for beginners, you have to take some time learning how to use Adobe carefully.


Final Cut Pro X – Best for Professionals (Mac)

If you are a Mac user, then Pro X is the best pick that provides you all good and unique video editing options. Furthermore, as you would presume with Apple, it has an editor that perfectly simple to utilize and comes stuffed with enough highlights to warrant the tag.


Why VideoProc is recommended?

Support GPU acceleration: When you first use VideoProc,  it will auto detect all the hardware resources on your computer. Benefit? You can enjoy 47X faster conversion speed while maintain a low CPU usage, you can process and edit 4K/large videos smoothly without crash or lags. While editing in the other software, you will tend to face difficulty in translating, encoding and decoding. This process is very tedious and CPU intensive. In VideoProc, the record type will be decoded first and encoded into another section.

Feature-rich video editing options: There are a lot of video editing highlights in VideoProc for you to get, and you can avail it easily. Essential editing highlights like cut a video to multiple clips, pivot and flip, crop videos to remove unwanted part, merge, slow down or speed up video, adjust volume and brightness, change viewpoint proportion, and a lot more customization highlights are awaiting.

Fast media conversion: You may have problems of opening and playing video files, or fail to import footages to video editing software. These issues may be caused by incompatible video format and codec. While with VideoProc, you can convert videos and videos from any format to all popular format and codec easily, such as MP4 HEVC/H.264, AVI, MOV, MKV, FLV, WMV, MP3, FLAC, etc. It can even convert and back up DVD discs, ISO images, DVD video folders for play on any devices.

More bonus features: You can also use VideoProc to record full or part of screen on your PC/Mac with system or external microphone sound, record with webcam, record with both screen and webcam for presentations, gameplays, etc. You can also draw, highlight, add notes, etc during recording.

Final thoughts

VideoProc is an easy-to-use video processing software to download, convert, edit and adjust videos, record screen and webcam, digitize DVDs, etc. It has a lot of useful features that most people may need in daily life with a free trial and paid version available. If you prefer to use Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, you can still try VideoProc to solve some video compatibility issue and then import to Adobe for further editing.