Every day we are living life to the fullest and part of this involves capturing every moment we possibly can so we can relive it, share it and even boast about it! Most video clips are short and sweet enough to save as is, but for those videos that you shoot and need to edit and save, you need a workhorse that can handle video capture that’s taken in today’s terms – 4K and HD.
Whether you are shooting new video or downloading from the internet or a device, 4K and HD videos can be large and cumbersome to edit, requiring an app that is powerful enough to get the job done. Videos oftentimes are incompatible with various media and take up way too much space. Users of videos need to be able to convert, compress, edit and adjust video replay parameters so they can view their videos in the best way, without compromising quality and in a decent amount of time.
There aren’t a whole lot of great Mac apps that make video conversion easy, and believe me, you need something that is simple to use, but powerful enough to get the job done right! That app is MacX Video Converter Pro. To convert any 4K ultra HD video, just import it to the program, choose the output profile from the dozens of readymade profiles from the pop-up window and start converting.
And also it’s the only app out there that will take your 4K and HD videos and make it easy for video format conversion, video file size compression, videos edit as well as video parameters adjustment.. The latest version (V 6.3.0) released on March 21, 2018 and is ready for all of you anxious to take advantage of its juiced up video processing speeds and pumped up performance. MacX Video Converter Pro seems to be the fastest 4K video processing tool as it adopts hardware acceleration tech.
Generally speed boosts achieved in video processing via hardware upgrade are referred to as hardware acceleration. It is considered to be better than software simulated functions. If both the system and app support hardware acceleration faster processing speed can be achieved with less CPU usage.
To give you an idea of just how fast MacX Converter Pro is consider how it stacks up against Handbrake, another converter for the Mac, to convert a 4K MKV (AVC Codec), 22m33s, 2.5GB, 3840*2160 video into MP4 (H.264 Codec).
Hardware acceleration is an option in MacX, where it simply does not exist in Handbrake. The time it took to convert on the MacX with hardware acceleration was 4 mins 5 secs and 20 mins without the acceleration. It took 33 mins 5 secs total on Handbrake. Video quality of the output was lossless for MacX while it was slightly blurry using Handbrake.
With processing speeds that far exceed any competitor’s offering on the Mac, it’s easy to see why MacX Converter Pro should be your choice for converting and managing your 4K and HD videos. There is no comparison! If you are looking to get the best, check it out now to get the most out of your Mac and make video conversion faster, clearer and better.
Rating: 9/ 10