MacX Video Converter Brings 4K with Fastest Speed and Intact QualityNovember 16, 2017
Chengdu, China – MacXDVD Software continues to prove itself a technology pioneer with MacX Video Converter Pro V6.2. This milestone upgrade totes an unprecedented integration of two killer features – 4K upscaling and auto copy tech. The 4K upscaling converts videos from HD 1080P, 720P or SD resolutions into pin-sharp 2K/4K and turns any video into 4K format HEVC H.265, while the auto copy moves the core data from format to format with untouched quality and a mind-bogglingly 10X faster conversion performance.
It’s estimated that 4K will be labeled on more than a third of the global TVs by the end of this year. But 4k content from Netflix, Amazon, and Sony is de facto rather limited, yet with higher price tag. While 4k videos are still suffering from fairly low uptake, MacXDVD is already on to fill the content gap with MacX Video Converter Pro V6.2, letting users dive into an endless buffet of the video future – 4K resolution.
* Everything can be 4K:
MacX Video Converter Pro is the world’s first expert 4k video converter to losslessly downscale videos from UHD/QHD to HD/SD to fit older devices. It now adds support to go from lower resolutions to higher 2K and 4K as part of a bigger push into ultra HD resolution world. The groundbreaking 2K/4K upscale technology automatically adds the perceived details to the incoming HD 1080P, 720P, or SD 360P videos to make everything look jaw-droppingly as sharp as the 4k image.
Meanwhile, the “future-proof” HEVC H.265 codec is now extended from MKV to MP4 to better handle 4K and even 8K (8192X4320). This move addresses the long-term 4k playback incompatibility on various iDevices or Android mobiles. More importantly, the HEVC encoder presents a bit reduction of 64% and truly stunning image quality when compared to 4k videos encoded with other tools in older formats and codecs (AVC/H.264).
* Faster than faster – let’s expect miracles:
Improving the output quality is the big priority in this upgrade, and the 4K upscaling is just a welcome first step. Another breakthrough named Auto Copy allows the video quality and converting speed to go hand in hand. This new tech ensures a lossless process, which simply takes the video and audio streams from the input format and puts them into the target file when the same codec is detected (like converting MKV h.264 to MP4 h.264).
While the new “copy-and-paste” tech eliminates every possibility of quality loss with re-encoding, it means greater significance in speed. Previously, MacX Video Converter Pro is the world’s speed record holder thanks to its pioneering use of QSV hardware acceleration tech, which leaves other competitors on the market in the dust with a 5x faster performance. Now, the addition of Auto Copy tech sets a new benchmark for the fastest video converter. According to the internal test, a same 4k video can be converted in around 1 minute with auto copy enabled, while the normal conversion takes 14 minutes! That’s 10x faster!
Other highlights of the upgrade:
* Auto convert videos shot in different angles to fit TVs, phones, and tablets in the most natural way
* The transcode core is improved to further enhance the overall software reliability and compatibility
Pricing and Availability:
The enhanced 4K video converter, normally priced at $59.95 (USD), is now given away for free during the Thanksgiving holiday. Free download and enjoy the stunning new features at MacXDVD official Thanksgiving Giveaway page. Plus, flexible toolkits are available at steep discounts, like the No.1 fast DVD ripper and drag-and-drop iPhone manager.
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