Click the Enter key... button on the prompt where you can input the registration email and code.
As an AI-based application, AI processing for each frame of video is a resource-consuming task for your computer, so the system and hardware requirements for Video Enhance AI are more stringent than the system requirements for photo or other applications in the market.
You can use the AI-based Video Enhancer on the computer that runs Windows 11, 10 (64bit) operating systems, and macOS 10.15 or above using Apple M1 Chip.
We suggest you run Video Enhancer AI on high-end dedicated graphics cards (NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti and upper). The minimum CPU requirement is Intel CPU from 2015 onwards (4th generation) or AMD CPU from 2016 onwards. For more details about the hardware requirement for Video Enhancer AI, you can refer to the system requirements page.
On a PC with Intel(R) Core (TM) i5 -10400F CPU @ 2.90 GHz (6 Cores/12 Threads), NVIDIA GTX 1650 Super GPU, to upscale video from HD to 8K, it typically takes 5 seconds for each frame. If you upscale a video from SD to HD, it will take about 0.8 seconds for each frame.
To enable the "Face Refinement", please make sure your computer has dedicated 4GB GPU memory at least. 6GB and above are recommended.
In the trial version, you can convert 3 video files for free. And you can purchase the full version to unlock this limitation.
Although hardware acceleration is implemented during the AI processing, the time needed for the conversion differs a lot due to different PC hardware configurations and users’ output demands, ranging from 8 to 30 hours.
Yes, you need to deauthorize and uninstall it from the former computer. Then reinstall and authorize it on the new machine.
Please go to the installation folder of the program, for example "C:\Program Files (x86)\AVCLabs Photo Enhancer AI", then find the file vc_redist.x64.exe and run it manually.
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