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VideoProc Converter – A Great Freemake Alternative for Windows

Our take on the Freemake alternative VideoProc, a one-stop suite for video conversion and editing, video downloads and screencast creation.


Freemake Video Converter is a popular Freeware Video converter suite that allows for easy conversion between hundreds of formats and includes basic editing features and also a DVD / Blu-ray ripper.

There is a freeware edition available which adds a watermark to every converted video which can be pretty annoying. If you consider purchasing the commercial version to get rid of watermarks we strongly suggest giving the Freemake alternative VideoProc a try.

It includes most of Freemake Converter´s features plus some extras and also offers a freeware edition which is just limiting output length but not placing any watermarks. Let´s have a detailed look on what VideoProc can do for you.

Pricing compared – Freemake Video Converter vs. VideoProc 

Before diving into the features of VideoProc, let´s have a look at the commercial options available.

VideoProc is available either with a one year licence for USD 29.95, a lifetime license for USD 37.95 or a family license for 2-5 PCs for USD 57.95.

VideoProc editions plans

Freemake´s subscription carries a hefty price tag of USD 39.95 per month and there is a single lifetime license for USD 59.95 available as well which is about 22 USD more than what VideoProc charges.

Freemake licenses plans

Main Feature Differences

VideoProc does not include a DVD  burner like Freemake, which should not be a big deal in a time where most users have stopped using optical drives. Freemake also can upload converted clips directly to which might be useful for some.

VideoProc on the other hand includes a screencast recorder with webcam support and also a video downloader which is great for video creators and other video sites who like to mix their own content with excerpts of other online videos.

  Freemake Video Converter VideoProc
Cut, Join, And Rotate Clips Yes Yes
Crop Clips No Yes
Upload Clips To YouTube Yes No
Video Converter For Any Gadget Yes Yes
Convert Movies With Subtitles Yes Yes
Convert 4K and Full HD


Embed Video To Websites Online Yes No
Convert Between 500+ Formats Yes Yes
GPU hardware acceleration Yes Yes
Video Downloader No Yes
DVD Ripper / Converter Yes Yes
Blu-ray Ripper / Converter Yes No
DVD / Blu-ray burner Yes No
Screen recording No Yes
Webcam recording No Yes

VideoProc Conversion and Editing Features

VideoProc uses a clean interface with a list-based approach. Using the buttons on top you can add single video files, whole video folders, and music files and arrange their order via drag and drop. 

Every single clip in the list can be edited in various ways. You can apply effects, a watermark, cut, crop and rotate it and apply subtitles.

VideoProc editing options

VideoProc´s integrated editor offers many options to choose from and includes a preview player which gives you an idea about how the output will look like after applying them.

VideoProc video editor

In the output format options you can adjust video quality and by that file size and finetune video and audio codec options manually.

VideoProc Format Options

Presets for the output video can be selected via the main screen before conversion in the lower toolbar.

VideProc select presets

When you are ready to go, you might want to select the hardware acceleration, high quality engine, and deinterlace option on the right side for best results and faster conversion. Here you can also choose if you want to do a batch conversion of the selected videos into single files or merge them into one longer clip. 

VideoProc offers level-3 (video encoding, decoding, and processing) hardware acceleration empowered by Intel, AMD, and GPUs which aids in delivering smooth and quick video editing and transcoding, ensuring output video quality as well. Hardware acceleration makes processing up to 47 times faster than real-time processing with other video editing tools

VideoProc Video Downloader

The integrated video downloader of VideoProc offers a great feature set that does not have to shy away from the many video converters out there. It supports batch processing for downloading multiple videos at once, playlist ripping, and allows you to choose different available quality versions that might be offered by video sites.

VideoProc Video Downloader

VideoProc Screen Recorder

The built-in screen recorder is another great feature that you can use for your video projects. It records either the whole screen, a window of your choice, and optionally also your webcam signal.

VideoProc Screen Recorder

Final Verdict

We have tested many video conversion tools so far and the feature set offered by VideoProc is perfect for video creators of the streaming age that don´t need professional editing tools like Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro. Its attractive price point makes it a great alternative to Freemake and the well-structured GUI is even easier to use as its competitor. While we consider the screencast tool only a useful gimmick due to Windows 10´s own screen recorder the excellent video downloader is indeed an incredibly useful addition. 

Last Updated on February 14, 2022 8:21 pm CET

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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