Video Enhancer Alternatives for Linux

    Video Enhancer is not available for Linux but there are some alternatives that runs on Linux with similar functionality. The most popular Linux alternative is Small Piranha iconPiranha. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Small FF Multi Converter iconFF Multi Converter or Small Internet Friendly Media Encoder iconInternet Friendly Media Encoder. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to Video Enhancer and six of them are available for Linux so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Linux alternatives to Video Enhancer are Small Vivia iconVivia (Free, Open Source), Small OggConvert iconOggConvert (Free, Open Source) and VapourSynth (Free, Open Source).

    The list of alternatives was last updated Jul 9, 2020

    • Piranha 8 is a high performance end to end editing and finishing solution for film and video professionals. Edit, composite, retouch, color grade and output using Piranha's lightning fast GPU architecture.
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    • FF Multi Converter is a simple graphical application which enables you to convert audio, video, image and document filesbetween all popular formats, using and combining other...


    • Convert all your video to the latest and next generation video codec. The H.
      • Free • Open Source
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      does not clean up bad or shakey videos. it encodes them and compresses them for hq playback at less bandwidth and size or original format
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      Negative comment over 5 years ago

    • Vivia is a video editing program for Linux and Windows that offers very user-friendly editing of DV video material. Vivia is Free Software with a GPL license.

      Discontinued

      The project is no longer developed. Last version, 0.1.1, released in January 2007, can be still downloaded from SourceForge.

      • Free • Open Source
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    • OggConvert is a small Gnome utility that uses GStreamer to convert media files to the licence-free Theora, Dirac and Vorbis formats.

      Discontinued

      The official website is no longer available. Last version, 0.3.3, released on 24 May 2010, can be still downloaded from Wayback Machine and Launchpad.

      • Free • Open Source
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    • A video processing framework with simplicity in mind.
      VapourSynth has been heavily inspired by Avisynth and aims to be a 21st century rewrite, taking advantage of the advancements computers have made since the late 90s.
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      • Free • Open Source
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