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Motion DSP vReveal Software Review


System Requirements:




Intel or AMD 1.6GHz CPU




XP 32-64 BIT, VISTA 32-64 BIT


CUDA-enabled Video Card





  • "Fine Tuning" enhancement controls for advanced users.
  • Capture print quality still images from enhanced videos.
  • Simple editing: Rotate sideways videos, trim each video to its best moment.
  • Easily share enhanced videos to YouTube.
  •  Runs on CPU-only systems
  • GPU Acceleration with NVIDIA graphics processors
  • Automatically locates all the videos on your PC and presents them in a single gallery. (Re-discover videos you forgot you had!)
  • Play video files

Enhance videos

  • One Click Fix
  • Clean video noise
  • 2x Resolution - Increase the detail of low-resolution videos
  • Stabilize shaky videos
  • Sharpen blurry videos
  • De-interlace
  • Contrast correction
  • Brighten dark videos
  • Fix videos in batches
  • “Fine Tuning” enhancement controls for advanced users
  •  Simple (but handy!) editing
  • Rotate sideways videos
  • Trim a video to its best moment
  • Share
  • Capture print - quality still images from enhanced videos
  • Save to Windows Media (WMV) or uncompressed AVI
  • Upload directly to YouTube

Supported formats:

  • vReveal can import the following formats: .AVI, .MPG, .ASF, .WMV
  • With QuickTime installed on your system, vReveal can also play .MOV, MPEG 4, and .3GP files.
  • If you have a file you’d like to enhance that is not included in these formats, installing a freely-available video codec pack (e.g., from www.codecguide.com) can increase vReveal’s compatibility with other video formats.
  • Supported input resolutions: You can enhance videos with a vertical resolution of 576 pixels (PAL resolution) or less. You can apply simple edits (rotate, trim) on all videos up to HD.
  • Supported output resolutions: vReveal can save enhanced videos to 720p (1280x720 HD) resolution and lower.




Information courtesy of [email protected] http://www.vreveal.com/home

  1. Introduction & Getting Started
  2. First Impressions
  3. Closer Look (The Tools)
  4. Closer Look (The Settings)
  5. System Requirements
  6. Testing
  7. Conclusion
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