Video Enhancer can increase the resolution of a clip without affecting the picture. This comes in quite handy when you want to visualize a standard-definition video on a large-screen device. The application uses smart algorithms to reconstruct defective pixels based on the data found in contiguous frames.
Fortunately, the tool supports practically all video extensions, and you can process a batch of files in a single session. It is a pity, however, that the range of output is very limited, as only MP4 and AVI are allowed. Yet, there is a very long list of video and audio compressors to choose from.
It is good news that the number of VirtualDub filters supported continues to increase. Moreover, you can combine a group of them to achieve better results. Of course, this requires knowing when to use each of them, but you can always try and see if you get the expected output.
I must say that I was very pleased with the results. In addition, since converting video always takes quite a long time, it is also great that, as a result of frequent improvement, it can process data up to three times faster than before.
In a nutshell, Video Enhancer can be the right tool if you want to upgrade old videos to meet more modern standards. However, it is a real pity that its interface design has not been improved because it still looks unfinished and requires the user to guess what to do next. The program’s trial version can be used without limitations for 30 days.
- Excellent results.
- Multiple input formats.
- Batch processing.
- VirtualDub filters.
- Parallel threads.
- Fast processing
- Unfriendly interface.
- Few output formats