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How to use Wondershare UniConverter (originally Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate)?
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How to Add Effects to Videos on Mac

To add stunning effects to your videos, Wondershare UniConverter for Mac (Wondershare Video Converter for Mac) allows adjusting and changing the brightness, contrast, and saturation to the video. Options to Deinterlance the file and video enhancement can also be done here. It also provides over 19 video filters to create special effects to your Mac videos.

Step 1 Add Videos Need to Apply Effects

To start with, download, install and launch Wondershare UniConverter on your Mac. Then add the videos by clicking the +Add Files button at the Convert section of the software. Under the added video thumbnail image, click on the Effect button to open the Effect setting window.

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Step 2 Apply Filters and Adjust Video Effects

At the pop-up window, move the sliders to adjust the Brightness, Contrast, and Saturation to the video. Select Deinterlace as required. In order to enhance the video effects, you can choose the option of Auto Enhance.

Under the Filters section, 19 different types of filters are available to choose from. You can preview the effects and changes you made in real-time from the Output Preview window.

Note: If there are multiple files where similar effects are needed, click on the Apply to All button.

Finally, click on the Save button to save all changes you've made. The Reset button will revert the video to default settings.

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Step 3 Save Effects and Convert Videos on Mac

At the primary interface, choose the output video format from the Convert all tasks to: tab. Finally, click on the Convert All button to start converting videos and saving all effects. After the process finished, you can find the saved videos from the Converted tab.

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