Digiarty VideoProc Lets You Process 4K/HD Videos

Digitary VideoProc is a lightweight video processing software that allows users to edit, cut, crop, split, merge, rotate, deshake, denoise, resize, convert and process 4K and large-size videos shot by iPhone, GoPro and other 4K cameras with original quality and full GPU accelerated speed. It also can digitize DVDs, save video & music from 1000+sites, record desktop or iPhone screen.

To celebrate the introduction of the latest version of VideoProc, the folks at Digiarty aregiveing away out 500 licensed copies of VideoProc (PC & Mac) everyday from now until November 26, 2018.  In addition, they will be holding three drawings for your chance to win other great prized, including iPhone Lightning Cables, Apple AirPods, and one lucky winner will receive an iPhone XS.

To grab your free copy of VideoProc and enter the sweepstakes visit the Digiarty VideoProc site here.

About Digiarty Software, Inc.

Digiarty Software, Inc., established in 2006, is a leading multimedia software company dedicated to providing innovative and easy-to-use video processing solutions.

The VideoProc giveaway and sweepstakes is being provided by Digiarty Software, Inc., who is solely responsible for its content, rules and awarding of prizes. It is not affiliated with or sponsored by Apple Tech Talk.  Apple Tech Talk is providing this information as a service to our readers and has not received any compensation in connection with the giveaway or sweepstakes.

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