Go to the official site VideoProc or click the download button below to get the program on Mac.
Supported macOS: Mac OS X 10.6 and above.
1 Doulbe-click the DMG file "videoproc.dmg" in your Mac download folder.
2 Drag and drop VideoProc icon into the Application folder.
3 Now VideoProc is installed on your Mac. Open it, then you will see VideoProc main interface as below. A trail window will pop up to remind you the Registration Process.
The trial version of VideoProc has the following limitations:
|Trail Version||Full Version|
Convert video, audio and DVD. Edit/Compress video
limited to process 5-min media file
Lifetime free upgrade
1 It is limited to convert 5-min video or DVD for evaluating purpose.
2 No free update to the latest full version of VideoProc.
3 Advanced features are not available in trail version.
※ Tips: You can follow steps below to register and update to the full version, remove the limitations. More, the full version can be constantly upgraded to the latest version for free and enjoy the technical support.
Here is how you can upgrade to VideoProc full version.
1: Click "Buy Now" below to purchase the full license code.
2: Or click "Register" button on the main UI and click "Buy Now".
※ You will receive product information with license code via email once you complete the order.
1 Open VideoProc, click "Register" button.
2 Input your "Licensed Email" and "License Code".
3 Click "Activate" to complete the registration process.
※ There's no space in the license code field. It's highly recommended to copy & paste code to avoid any typos.
※ Please make sure you have proper Internet connection when registering VideoProc program.
4 When you have registered successfully, you can get the full VideoProc with the main UI below.
※ Check whether your PC is hardware acceleration supportable by getting its hardware information.
Click the Settings icon to get more options to change settings, including options to enable hardware acceleration, Video/DVD output folder, snapshot folder, default language, Downloader video output folder, music output folder, default resolution, default format, and concurrent thread.
1 Open Settings and click "Option" right near "Hardware Acceleration Engine: Nvidia / Intel / AMD".
2 Go to "VideoProc - Video" or "VideoProc - DVD" and click "Option" right near "Hardware Acceleration Engine: Nvidia / Intel / AMD".
1 Click "+Video" button to import one video or multiple videos (for batch conversion) into the program.
You can directly drag video files into the Video Processing window. Or click the Video Folder icon to load a video folder. VideoProc is able to process videos and video folders in bulk, including 4K UHD/8K clips.
2 Select an output format.
Click "Video" tab on the bottom of the interface. Many popular video formats are presented. Select the desired one as output format.
• If there is no format you want, click Target Format button to get more profiles.
3 Click "Browse" button to set a new destination folder.
4 Click "RUN" button to start transcoding.
※ Tip: Click Codec Option. Format settings window appears allowing you to adjust parameters.
1 Click "+Music" button to load a song or several songs into the program.
2 Select the format you want from the list of Target Format under Music tab.
3 Click "Browse" button to choose a destination folder to save resulting file.
4 Click "RUN" button to start music conversion.
• Adjust audio parameters:
Hit the codec OPT button, under Format tab, you can adjust song quality, audio codec, channel, sample rate and bit rate.
• Edit metadata:
Click on Name & Tag tab to add and edit a set of information about the track, such as song name, artist name, album, genre, lyrics, and so on. Then Click the Done button to apply the editing and close the window.
After loading the video into this program, Click the Video button at the main interface and import the video you wish to edit. The guide below will walk you through the editing process.
1 Click the Cut icon below the video information and a new window will appear.
2 Drag the edge of the clip towards the center to get the segment you want. Click the orange Cut button on the right, and click the Edit icon next to the clip trimmer, then fine-tune when your clip starts and ends. You can cut a video to several segments you wish to save as a new clip with unwanted parts being removed.
3 Click the Done button to apply the change to your clips.
1 Click the Crop button to show the cropping options.
2 Check the Enable Crop box, and you should see an adjustable frame. Simply move the frame to crop the clip. Click the Preset drop-down icon to get a list of aspect ratio, select the ratio you wish to get and the clip will be automatically cropped. You can also head to the Position area and fine-tune the video size.
3Click Done to save the change and close the window.
1 Click the Subtitles button to open the subtitles window.
2 Click Add SRT File… and select a subtitle file from your computer.
3 Click Enable and Burned In box, choose the subtitle position, language and font.
4 Click the Done button to begin putting subtitles to the clip.
1 Click the Effects button to show the video effects controls.
2 Click the video effect and filter you want to add to the clip.
3 On the right side, you can adjust video brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, and gamma. Click Reset to remove the adjustment.
4 Click the Done button to apply the video effect to the clip.
1 Click the Rotate button to show the Rotate options.
2 You can click Left Rotate, Right Rotate, Vertical Flip or Horizontal Flip. Click the Reset to reset the rotation.
3 Click the Done button to apply the change.
1 Click the Watermark icon and check the Enable Watermark box to get access to watermark controls.
2 Enter the text watermark you wish to place. You can drag and put it to the size and position you like. Click the Image tab and choose an image and place the image watermark.
3 If the watermark is fitting, click the Done button to add watermark to the clip.
1 Import the shaky footage you need to stabilize.
2 Click the ToolBox button, hit the Deshake tab and then click the codec OPT icon to get stability controls.
3 Drag sliders to adjust shakiness, accuracy, step size and min-contrast. Fine-tune the results to make the clip look better.
4 Click the Done button to start to deshake your footage.
1 Import the clip by drag-n-drop or clicking the Video button on the main interface.
2 Click ToolBox > Denoise. Double click Denoise button to show the noise removal controls.
3 Click the Low Pass and High Pass drop-down icon to get rid of noise from your footage.
4 Click Preview to check the adjustment. Then click the Done button to reduce noise.
1. Directly merge multiple videos into one.
1 Load video clips you want to join together from your computer.
2 Choose the Output Target Format.
3 Check the Merge button in the main interface.
4 Click the RUN button to begin merging all clips into one.
2. Trim needed video clips and combine them into one.
1 Load clips you want to join together from your computer.
2 Click the ToolBox > Merge and then the codec OPT icon, and the merging options appear.
3 Set the start time and end time, and click the Done button make the settings valid.
4 Click the RUN button to begin combining separate clips into one.
1 Import the footage you'd like to trim.
2 Head to ToolBox > Trim, and click the codec OPT, then the trimming window pops up.
3 Drag the slider to set the video start and end time. Click the Start time and End Time icon to fine-tune the time.
4 Click the Done button to save the changes.
1 Pick the clip you want to split into several parts.
2 Click Toolbox > Split and hit the codec OPT button to activate the splitting function.
3 Set the segments and time you want and click the Done button.
1 Add the video from your computer.
2 Click ToolBox > Split and click the codec OPT button, and the rotate window appears.
3 Click Rotate Left or Rotate Right on the right side.
4 Click the Done button to save the rotating.
1 Open the clip you want to process in VideoProc.
2 Click ToolBox > Mirror & Flip, then hit above codec OPT button.
3 On the Mirror & Flip window, choose Vertical Flip or Horizontal Flip. You can preview what it will look like on the window.
4 Click on the Done button at the lower right corner to finish.
1 Import the video you wish to turn to animated GIFs.
2 Click ToolBox > GIF and click on the codec OPT icon to show the GIF window.
3 Set the loop time, image size, duration, and frame delay. Frame delay depends upon the frame rate and is determined by the formula: 1/fps*1000，where fps = frame rate per second.
4 Click Done to save the GIF settings.
1 Open the video from which you want to take pictures.
2 To show the video snapshot window, click ToolBox > Snapshot and hit the codec OPT.
3 Set the picture format (JPG or PNG), image size and picture number.
4 Click Done to save the settings for taking pictures from a video.
1 Load the video you are going to process.
2 Head to ToolBox > M3U8, and click the codec OPT button to show the M3U8 controls.
3 Set the duration. You can enable the "Store all segments in a single MPEG-TS file".
4 Click the Done button to apply the change.
1 Import the source 3D video you wish to process.
2 click the ToolBox > 3D-2D icon and hit the codec OPT button, and the transcoding window appears.
3 Choose input format and output format by clicking the format drop-down icon.
4 Click Done to save the 3D to 2D transcoding setting.
1 Import the video you'll turn to MKV container format.
2 Click the Toolbox > MKVMaker icon and click on the codec OPT button.
3 On the MKV window, click Done. After you've all set and click the RUN button at the bottom, the video will be remuxed to MKV without re-encoding.
1 Add videos you want to apply the fish-eye effect to.
2 Click the ToolBox > FishEye > codec OPT button to show the fisheye correction options.
3 Adjust parameters for the output fisheye video.
4 Click the Done button to apply the change.
1 Load the source videos to the tool.
2 Click on ToolBox > Export and hit the codec OPT icon to show the subtitles window.
3 Select the subtitle file format you want. SRT and ASS format are provided.
4 Click the Done button to save the settings and close the window.
VideoProc also works as a DVD conversion tool, enabling users to rip, convert and backup home DVDs and commercial DVDs speedily. Follow the guide below to digitize and backup your DVD collections.
• Homemade and commercial DVD disc: movie DVD, TV show DVD, music DVD, workout DVD...
• ISO image file, CDR
• VIDEO_TS folder
1 Insert DVD disc you want to convert into DVD drive. Launch VideoProc and click "DVD" on main interface.
2 Load DVD disc, DVD folder or ISO image. Click the DVD Disc or Folder or ISO button, a pop-up window will remind you the select source DVD. After selecting the source disc, click "Done".
• VideoProc will automatically pick the right title even if the DVD contains up to 99 titles.
2 Select a target format.
※ Tip - If there is no wanted format under Video category, hit Target Format for more profiles.
General Profiles: Convert DVD disc to H.264, MPEG4, MOV, iPhone, Android, HEVC, WebM and other mainstream video formats.
DVD Backup: Six modes are available, including Main Movie Content Copy, Full Title Copy, Clone DVD to ISO Image, Clone DVD to VIDEO_TS Folder, Copy full title to MKV, and Full Title Backup.
Mobile Video Profile: Convert DVD to Apple, Huawei, Samsung, Android, Microsoft and Sony Device.
Web Video Profile: Convert DVD to YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo or other online video-sharing sites.
Music: Extract soundtracks from DVD as MP3, AAC, AC3, FLAC etc.
3 Click the RUN button to start processing DVD digitization.
※ Click the Edit icon to get access to edit movies on DVDs before ripping.
• VideoProc is able to rotate, flip, cut and, crop movies, add effects, subtitles, and watermark to movies with a few clicks.
• Click the Info icon, you'll get the information of the DVDs, including DVD type, aspect ratio, frame rate, resolution, language, codec and more. You can also export the info.
• If you want to edit the movie tag, click the Rename icon to show tag controls. You are allowed to edit movie name, title, artist, movie genre, etc.
1 Click the Downloader button on the main interface and the downloader window appears.
2 Click Add Videos icon at the top toolbar, copy the URL of the video you want to save offline, and click on the Paste URL & Analyze button to load the video. After the video is loaded, pick the video format and resolution you want and click Done to make it valid and close the screen.
3 Click the Download Now button at the bottom right corner to start downloading videos.
1 Click the Downloader button to open the downloader window.
2 Find out and open the song you want to save on your browser, copy the song URL to the Video URL box and click Paste URL & Analyze to load the track. Choose the audio format, bit rate etc., then click the Done button to save it.
3 Click the Download Now to start to grab songs.
1 Click the Downloader button to show the downloading options.
2 Click the Sign in button and log in with your YouTube account.
3 Click the Download my water later list, and VideoProc will automatically analyze it and gives a screen with format, file size, res etc. Pick the one you want and click the Done button.
4 Click the Download Now button to save your YouTube Water Later playlist content.
1 Click the Recorder button and the record screen pops up.
2 Choose a recording type you want.
• Click the Crop icon and drag the frame to select a portion of the screen to record.
• Pick No audio to record the screen with no sound or select a system sound recorder.
• Click the Browse button to select a destination folder you want.
3 Click the red REC button to start recording your computer's screen activity with or without sound.
1 Click the Recorder button and then click the Camera icon at the top.
• VideoProc enables you to record video with Webcam, or make a picture-in-picture videos.
2 Adjust your camera to make it looks good.
3 Change recording settings as you wish.
4 Click the REC button to begin recording webcam video on your computer.
1 Connect your iPhone with your computer using an iDevice USB cable.
2 Click the Recorder button, and click the iPhone icon on the top toolbar.
3 Now you'll see your iPhone's screen, unlock your device to get ready to record, and select audio system.
4 Click on the red REC button when you want to get started.
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