Usually when I want to shoot video, I use my HD video camera. But sometime I must immortalize some magic moments and my shinny and smart HD video camera is at home… Lucky me, always I have a phone with me and my phone has a video camera. The video captured by phone has not such quality like a video camera but what can I do? I cannot take with me the HD video camera in my pocket.
I try to find some software to improve the quality of the video captured with mobile phone. Lucky me! I find vReveal by MotionDSP. vReveal can improve the quality of flawed videos with just one click (OK, 2 clicks…).
What I really like: vReveal has been specially tuned to run up to five times faster on CUDA-enabled NVIDIA graphics processors. That means you can process video enhancements in less time and have your CPU available for normal everyday tasks. Lucky me again: I have NVIDA VGA!
vReveal can stabilize, brighten, and sharpen problematic videos and is uniquely able to increase resolution and to remove noise artifacts such as graininess and pixelation.
Unfortunately vReveal cannot enhance HD video. You can only apply enhancements to videos with a vertical resolution of 576 pixels (PAL resolution) or less.
But as I know (don’t ask…) MotionDSP are planning on releasing a higher-end version of vReveal in the future that would allow enhancement of HD video.
vReveal does allow you to trim a video to the best moment and to rotate a sideways video, but it is video enhancement software – not a full-fledged video editor.
Minimum system requirements:
The minimum system requirements are: Intel or AMD 1.6GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, 50MB hard drive space, and Windows XP or Vista. A CUDA-enabled NVIDIA graphics processor is needed in order to take advantage of GPU acceleration.
Video formats supported:
.AVI, .MPG, .ASF, .WMV
Windows Media (WMV) and uncompressed AVI.
Using vReveal’s “One Click Fix” feature, you can select a group of videos in vReveal’s gallery and apply a default level of enhancements to them in preview mode with a single click.
The price of is $49.99 USD and it is possible to try vReveal before buying. The software is available to download from www.vReveal.com as a 30-day free trial, which applies a watermark to all exported videos and captured images. After 30 days, users can preview, but not export, enhanced videos.Tags: edit, Video