Besides choosing the path to the source file, the user is also required to pick the so-called “Super Resolution work mode”, which can be focused either on speed or on quality. Additionally, they have to select the output video file, but also the frame size and the compression ratio. If you need assistance throughout this process, it’s better to use the built-in wizard and thus let Video Enhancer lend you a hand. All you need is to answer a few questions regarding the original video and let the app know if it’s interlaced or if there’s too much noise.
The “Options” menu allows you to enable multithreading, configure the app to work with a low priority and choose one of the built-in skins for the program. Video Enhancer seriously stresses up the machine while processing a new video. While it manages to change resolution of any clip, there’s still too much noise, so it’s probably a good idea to concentrate on the configuration process as much as possible. Overall, Video Enhancer is a handy that supports batch video conversion. With a proper configuration process, it could really do an amazing job.
Here are some key features of “Video Enhancer”:
- Increase resolution of your video with Video Super Resolution technique which delivers unbelievable quality by using information from previous frames, while all the other resize methods use information from one current frame. Now you can convert your SD video to HD!
- Use hundred of VirtualDub video filters allowing you to do everything you want with your video : deinterlacing, denoising, deshaking, color correction, sharpening, visual effects etc.
- Open any video which can be played on your system and re-compress it with any video codec (DirectShow, DMO and Video for Windows) installed in your system.
- Added support for MP4 output (experimental)
- Support for more advanced plugins
- Conveniently search filters by name/author/description – just enter any substring of it
- Better working automatic plugins downloading
- Fixed some minor bugs and annoyances.