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Get VideoProc, a new Mac app for GPU accelerated video processing, editing and more

[2018-11-09 23:32:40]

Thanks to our sponsor Digitarty Sofware, makers of new video processing app VideoProc.  VideoProc is a new video processing app for 4K and HD videos made to be an all-in-one app for editing, resizing, transcoding, converting and more for all of your videos. The app also offers built-in tools for recording your iPhone screen, recording your Mac’s webcam and screen at the same time, and downloading online videos from over 1000+ sites, giving you everything you need to record, convert, and resize videos for backups, faster uploads, sharing and more. For a limited time, you can get VideoProc for Free (Reg. $78.90).  Head below for a closer look at VideoProc. The post Get VideoProc, a new Mac app for GPU accelerated video processing, editing and more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Get VideoProc, a new Mac app for GPU accelerated video processing, editing and more


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