AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI is an AI-based video enhancement software to upscale video from 480p to 1080p, 1080p to 4K, and up to 8K. With AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI, you can upscale low-res videos to high resolution and bring your old videos a stunningly new look and second life through post-processing.
Warm reminder: The free trial version of the AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI has the same features as the full version, but it only enables you to convert 3 videos with the watermark. To unlock the limitation, you are suggested to purchase the full version.
How to Use AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI
Launch AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI
Download the installation package of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI and install it on your Windows PC or Mac. Launch AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI and you will enter the main window of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI shown as below.
Click on the Browse button in the middle of the application to open a file pop-up window and select one or multiple video files. Or drag and drop videos to the program.
Select Presets and AI Features
On the right panel, you are allowed to select an AI model and set output resolution.
The Presets offers seven pre-configured options that you can use directly.
When there is no Preset you want, you can set Presets to None and select the AI features according to your needs. There are 4 AI features available: AI Enhancement, Colorize, Face Refinement and Motion Compensation.
Four models are available under AI Enhancement: Standard, Ultra, Standard (Multi-Frame), Ultra (Multi-Frame). For the best enhancement result, you can switch between different models or go to Settings > Model Manager and switch to previous versions of the model.
*Note: The models Standard (Multi-Frame) and Ultra (Multi-Frame) are only available for the Windows version.
*Note: Choosing multiple features at the same time, such as AI interpolation, AI Enhancement, and AI Colorizer, can make the processing speed exceedingly slow. To avoid this problem occur, follow the default settings and activate only the necessary features.
Configure Other Settings
After configuring the AI features, you have the option to adjust other settings according to your preferences.
Video Settings: you can manually adjust the brightness, saturation, and contrast of your videos to enhance the visual quality. In addition, there are also options like cropping to fill the frame and deinterlacing.
Output Settings: the section where you can set the output video format (MKV, MP4, AVI, MOV, WEBM), the encoder (H.264, H.265, VP9 Good, VP9 Best, AV1), the bitrate, audio settings, and output path.
Trim the Output Video
Before processing the video, you can trim the unwanted part frame by frame to saving processing time.
Crop the Video
The crop function allows you to cut out a specific portion of a video frame. You can choose to crop to the original aspect ratio, select from presets, or crop freely. You can also move the crop window to select the specific area you want to cut out. The "Apply to all videos" option applies the same crop preference to all videos you added, saving you time and effort.
Start Enhancing Video Quality
Click the "Start Processing" button to render your video. The program will start processing frames of your source video and assembling the enhanced video. After the conversion completed, you can open the file folder to check the output video.
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