by Dan Delong
Videos from phones, camcorders, and screen captures are now more prevelant than ever, since storage space is now easier to come by. Also, users often wish to improve the visual quality of videos by upscaling and changing paramaters for colour, lighting, sound, and speed. Splash is free. It can make such changes, even when using older hardware.
In the words of the developers:
Splash will not shorten, cut, or move sections of a video. There are other free programs capable of these functions.
Splash can import and export to the latest video standards without the need to download a Codec Pak.
Although users will not see some of the video improvements until actually exporting the new updated version, here are some of the latent changes possible:
Picture 1 Poor quality 320x240 video in Demo mode (split screen)... However, changes not very visible yet.
I found the Demo mode to be less than helpful, as the changes made to Detail, Lighting, Motion... were not evident as typical split screen... as side by side comparisons. The vertical bar cannot be moved.
Picture 2 Exported version is a little better. Splash works best with higher resolution examples. I did not attemt an export to 1080p.
Exports end up in the Video Library.
Platform: Win Vista, 7, 8, 10
Price: Free - donor ware
Language: English, and many others
Download Size: 39 MB 32-bit
Installed Size: 250 MB
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