1. How to register AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI
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Step 1: Launch Video Enhancer AI
Launch AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI, then click the Enter key... button on the prompt.
Step 2: Register Video Enhancer AI
Copy & paste your registration e-mail address and the license to AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI.
2. How to Use AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI
Step 1: Add Video
Click the Browse button to import the videos file or drag and drop the source video file to the program.
Step 2: Choose the AI Model and Configure the Output Settings
On the right panel of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI, the AI Model Upscale is checked by default. "Denoise" and "Face Refinement" are options that can be selected if you need. Check "Denoise" if you'd like to remove the noise overlay from the video, and "Face Refinement" to enhance the facial details.
According to your requirements on processing speed and output quality, the "Upscale" model is allowed more advanced configuration: Standard, Ultra, Standard (Multi-Frame), and Ultra (Multi-Frame).
Standard: Frame-by-frame processing, at fast speed.
Ultra: Frame-by-frame HD models, a slightly slower speed, recommended if you have no requirements on processing speed.
Standard (Multi-Frame): Process multiple frames at a time, effectively reducing the amount of flicker, at a fast speed, highly recommended if your computer is in high configuration.
Ultra (Multi-Frame): HD model that processes multiple frames at a time, effectively reducing the amount of flicker, at a slower speed.
Then choose the Video Size to upscale your video to 100%, 200%, 400%, 720p, 1080p, 2K, QXGA, Quad HD, WQXGA, UHD, 4K, or 8K.
Note: Video upscaling and enhancement with AI is a resource/time-consuming task. Please make sure that your computer has powerful CPU and high-end NVIDIA Graphic Cards (Minimum: GTX 1050 Ti and higher; Recommended: RTX 3060 Ti and higher) to run this application. Check out the system and hardware requirements of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI.
Then choose the Video Format as MP4(H.264), AVI(Uncompressed). AVI(Uncompressed) will result in massive file size because it will be preserving all visual details.
Step 3: Configure the Video and Performance Settings
Click the button and select "Settings", a settings dialogue pops up where you can change the Video and Performance Settings.
On the Video Settings, allow "Crop to fill frame" to scale the input video to fill the full frame of the output video (no black bars), and "Deinterlacing" to reduce horizontal lines in the video.
On the Performance Settings, you can choose the "AI Processor" to determine what hardware (GPU or CPU) will be used by the application when processing, and "Max memory consumption" to Lowest, Low, Medium, High, and Highest. "High" is recommended if you close any other programs on your computer.
Step 4: Trim Video
At the bottom panel of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI, you can trim your video frame by frame by inputting the frame number or dragging the progress bar to select the start and end frame manually.
Step 5: Preview Video
Click the "Play" icon on the video to preview up to 30 frames of the video.
Step 4: Start Processing Your Video
After all settings done, click the Start Processing button to start processing your video. During the converting, you can preview to see the difference between the original video and the AI processed one, on which you can see how clear the AI updated video is. You can pause the conversion if the computer needs to be occupied for other tasks, and resume it when the computer is available. After the processing is complete, you can open the file folder and enjoy the final video in a better view.