How to Use AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI
Part 1: How to Register AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI
Install and launch the program.
Download and run the setup file of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI. The setup will download the additional files during installation. After installation, AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI will be launched automatically.
Open the register box.
You can click the Enter key button on the notification window.
You can also click the menu button at the right-top corner and choose Register.
Input your register code.
Input your register information in the popup window. We recommend copying and pasting the register email and code into the registration dialog.
Note: The registration contents are case-sensitive. Please do not add a blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
Part 2: How to Enhance a Video using AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI?
Follow these steps to enhance your video quality by AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI:
Open AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI
When finishing installation, launch the program and you will enter the main window of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI like the screenshot below.
Add source file
There are 3 ways to add the source video to the program.
You can click the Browse button to import the video file or drag and drop the source video to the program directly. You can also click the menu button and choose Open Video File... to add the movie to the interface.
Choose the AI Model and Resolution
On the right panel of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI, you can choose an AI Model.
- Standard: This model is fast, and the video with long time is recommended to use this model.
- Ultra: High-definition model for the best effect. It is recommended when the speed requirement is not strong.
- Standard (Multi-Frame): Process multiple frames at a time, effectively reducing screen jitter with high speed.
- Ultra (Multi-Frame): A high-definition model that processes multiple frames at a time, effectively reducing screen jitter.
If you are not satisfied with the final rendering with a certain Model, you can try with another models or you can go to Settings > Model Manager and switch to previous versions of the model. Linger on the list of names, you can find the specific named used for each model: FAST2X2-Standard; FAST2X4-Ultra; RBVSRx2-Standard(Multi-Frame); RBVSRx4-Ultra(Multi-Frame).
After choosing the AI Model, you can choose the video size as a percentage from 100% to 400%, and you can also set the resolution directly as 720p, 1080p, 2K, QXGA, Quad HD, WQXGA, UHD, 4K, or 8K. And the output format supports MP4 and uncompressed AVI.
Hint: The program provides a preview of 30 seconds. It would be quite helpful for users to preview the result in current settings. Move the cursor over the video and there will be a play button like the below illustration.
Click it to get the preview. During the preview, the left window keeps the original one while the right half shows the enhanced result.
Trim your footage
If you want to delete the unnecessary part from your footage, on the bottom of AVCLabs, you can trim it frame by frame by inputting the frame number directly or dragging the progress bar to select the start and end frame manually.
Start processing your video
After setting all the parameters, click the Start Processing button to render the video. With AI technology, AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI is capable of enhancing videos automatically. During the converting, you can see the original movie and the converted one, which shows the enhancement so clearly.
To process your video in high efficiency, please make sure your computer has a powerful CPU and Graphics cards (NVIDIA RTX series is recommended).
When it is finished, you can open the file folder and enjoy the final video in a better view.
Adjust Settings of AVCLabs Video Enhancer AI
Clicking the Menu button and choose Settings or click Video Settings on the right side of the main interface, you can open the Settings dialog as following:
Enable user to pick CPU or GPU to process the video. If users have multiple graphic cards, here users can set to use which one to process the video.
Max Memory Consumption:
Set as high by default unless it is running with other resource-intensive programs.
Brightness:Pull the horizontal bar to set the appropriate brightness for the video.
Saturability:Pull the horizontal bar to adjust the color saturation, which can be used to fix the problem that the video brightness is too dark or excessive.
Contrast:Pull the horizontal bar to adjust the video contrast, so as to fix the problem that the color contrast is not obvious enough.
Crop to fill frame:
Scale the input video to fill the full frame of the output video to avoid the black bars.
Deinterlace to reduce the horizontal lines in the video.