How to improve the video quality on Mac freely? Use Video Editor Enhancer!
Video Editor Enhancer does everything to supply you a visual feast by improving video quality better and better. It is the best video editing software to edit your video, enhance the video quality and the viewing experience. It is capable of increasing video resolution, automatically adjusting video brightness and contrast ratio, and removing video noise. More importantly, it can stabilize shaky videos.
1. Upscale video resolution – a farewell to grainy video
Video Editor Enhancer enables you to increase the resolution of a video freely. It can make a normal video, even a relatively low resolution video filmed by your iPhone, to a HD 1080p or 4K movie. With this application, you can convert any grainy video to a video with higher resolution.
2. Adjust video brightness and contrast automatically
This best video editing and enhancing software is smart enough to automatically optimize video brightness and contrast ratio. A proper brightness and contrast ration are not only good for video displaying, but also beneficial to your eyes.
3. Remove video noises – Video Noise Sweeper
With splendid video enhancement technology, you can get rid of background noises from video that’s recorded by your smart phone. Video Enhancer has the ability of removing annoyed noises in video and giving you a neat video.
4. Merge or split video – Video Transformer
Just like a Transformer, this video editor app can freely merge two or more video segments into one and also can split a long video into several clips. It enables you to create your own video by cutting, trimming, and merging your recorded video segments.
5. Turn shaky video into smooth one – Shaky Video Stabilizer
Capture some important moments with your iPhone? These shaky videos made you dizzy? Deleted them? Wait! Video Editor Enhancer is designed to smooth out the shakiness from video captured from portable devices, such as iPhone, iPad, camcorder, or digital camera, etc.
- Fixed some bugs
- Improved output video quality
OS X 10.5 or later