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Thursday, April 22, 2010

vReveal video image enhancement

vReveal is a budget Windows tool for removing shake and other image issues from video. They just released Version 2.0, which now supports HD video, and is available in a free version (vReveal) with a subset of features that only outputs at 480p, as well as a premium version for $39 (vReveal Premium.) See: Feature set.

Both versions support CUDA-enabled NVIDIA graphics processors (GPUs), making it possible for virtually real-time image enhancement.

The samples look interesting; if somewhat over-sharpened. Unfortunately, I don’t think the $399 Dell laptop I have has an NVIDIA graphics processor, but I’m going to download the trial and see how it works…and see how it compares to the shake removal in iMovie...

2 comments:

mike said...

Hi, there,

Looking forward to seeing how you find vReveal's stabilization feature compares to iMovie's.

Best,

Mike
vReveal

Clara Margaret said...

Loved your Image Enhancement Techniques