A powerful video enhancement application that allows you to adjust the brightness, contrast, hue, noise level, etc. of your clips

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There are many applications you can turn to when you want to add some effects to your videos. If you are looking for one that also converts your clips to other formats, you can try Vidmore Video Enhancer.

Well-organized GUI

Considering it packs a plethora of functions, the main window of Vidmore Video Enhancer manages to be not only user-friendly but also intuitive.

You can add an entire folder so as to process multiple files simultaneously. Alternatively, you can add individual videos by manually browsing to their location (you cannot drag and drop them onto the main window).

The supported formats are: MTS, M2TS, MPEG, MP4, RMVB, WMV, MKV, AVI, 3GP, FLV, MPV, MOD, TOD, WebM, MXF, OGM, WTV, OGV, NSV and others.

Enhance the look of your videos

You can rotate the clips clockwise or counterclockwise, flip them horizontally or vertically, or crop them to the dimensions you choose. Also, for each video, you can adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation, and hues, along with the volume.

Moreover, you can transform your loaded clips into 3D ones, then specify if you prefer anaglyph or split screen.

Overlay watermarks

A handy feature of Vidmore Video Enhancer is that you can apply text or image watermarks to your videos. You can manually define its location, then alter the transparency until you are pleased with the result.

Convert videos to other formats

If you are only interested in the conversion part, you can simply choose the target format and the destination folder, and wait until the process is completed.

If you want more control over the output settings, you can tinker with video resolution, bitrate, frame rate and aspect ratio, while also modifying the audio encoder or channels.

To wrap it up

All in all, Vidmore Video Enhancer can help you effortlessly improve the looks of your clips, especially due to its integrated removal of noise or shaking.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Vidmore Video Enhancer and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂