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Videoproc (converter and multifunction from Digiarty/Winx) - new V3.4 @ Giveawayoftheday
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Videoproc (converter and multifunction from Digiarty/Winx) - new V3.4 @ Giveawayoftheday

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Posted 29th Oct

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Video conversion, Video download, DVD conversion/backup, screen + webcam recorder (one or both together).
GPU assisted - Nvidia, Intel and AMD - many lack the option of accelerating using an AMD GPU, this one has the red team covered.
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i use this, great products and works perfectly fine, redeemed it today.
never used it ... need one .... so will give it a go
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What does this program do that I cant do with sony Vegas pro? I'm unsure if I need it or not
Anakin.Dealstalker29/10/2019 20:08

Seems to be legit and for …Seems to be legit and for free...https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/videoproc.com


All reviews are very generic ("Is excellent software!!!"), Posted within a few days of each other in Nov last year, by people with one or two 'reviews'.

Definitely a bit fishy.
Works fine for me thanks for the heads up
This is the best software for ripping DVDs. Your own personal non-copyright DVDs of course .
Don't waste your time guys. This is just a Trial Version, which as you'd expect is always free and available on their website.

Checkout Shotcut instead, it's open souce, free and far far more powerful.

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Edit: I stand corrected. See below....
Edited by: "RedXI" 30th Oct
RedXI30/10/2019 01:33

Don't waste your time guys. This is just a Trial Version, which as you'd …Don't waste your time guys. This is just a Trial Version, which as you'd expect is always free and available on their website. Checkout Shotcut instead, it's open souce, free and far far more powerful.[Image]


Not being a troll or anything but... Not trial version, you enter your email address and the reg code which you are given and it gives you the updated version. I had a look at shotcut thanks but way above my head in terms of what I use vidproc for. However I would say this time the getting of the code was a very roundabout process from before but works fine once you get the code. It tells you you cant update on this offer but every couple of months the "updated free" version comes out ie this one.
Akama.AFC30/10/2019 03:47

Not being a troll or anything but... Not trial version, you enter your …Not being a troll or anything but... Not trial version, you enter your email address and the reg code which you are given and it gives you the updated version. I had a look at shotcut thanks but way above my head in terms of what I use vidproc for. However I would say this time the getting of the code was a very roundabout process from before but works fine once you get the code. It tells you you cant update on this offer but every couple of months the "updated free" version comes out ie this one.


After looking more into it I found the code, which is on an entirely different website. Giveawayoftheday ask for your email address just to get this download, but you can download it directly without giving away your email address and get the code here videoproc.com/med…td2
Akama.AFC30/10/2019 03:47

Not being a troll or anything but... Not trial version, you enter your …Not being a troll or anything but... Not trial version, you enter your email address and the reg code which you are given and it gives you the updated version. I had a look at shotcut thanks but way above my head in terms of what I use vidproc for. However I would say this time the getting of the code was a very roundabout process from before but works fine once you get the code. It tells you you cant update on this offer but every couple of months the "updated free" version comes out ie this one.


I recommend you persevere with Shotcut. The learning curve isn't steep at all, especially for basic stuff like this.

Thanks for correcting me by the way. Happy editing.
RedXI30/10/2019 04:16

I recommend you persevere with Shotcut. The learning curve isn't steep at …I recommend you persevere with Shotcut. The learning curve isn't steep at all, especially for basic stuff like this.Thanks for correcting me by the way. Happy editing.


Had a quick look and I'm sold. Do you know if I can save the conversation settings for one video and apply it to a lot of others (like scripting or something)?

I've got a load of DVD videos to convert which I'm currently using ffmpeg for to e.g. denoise, colour correct, deinterlace etc. and whilst it works it's not very intuitive not being able to see instant results.
Roger_Irrelevant30/10/2019 20:37

Had a quick look and I'm sold. Do you know if I can save the conversation …Had a quick look and I'm sold. Do you know if I can save the conversation settings for one video and apply it to a lot of others (like scripting or something)?I've got a load of DVD videos to convert which I'm currently using ffmpeg for to e.g. denoise, colour correct, deinterlace etc. and whilst it works it's not very intuitive not being able to see instant results.


I know that when I export videos it saves my export options for next time. I only use Shotcut for basic stuff to be honest and nothing like what you need to do.

All I can do is recommend you check out the user forum and tutorial videos on youtube. Sorry I can't help more.
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