SoftOrbits Remove Logo Now! 4.0 Multilingual Full Version
The video watermark remover will successfully clean up your videos from the following types of watermarks:
- Static overlays such as channel logos
- Transparent watermarks
- Embedded subtitles
- Time and date overlays
How to Remove a Watermark from Video
Removing annoying static overlays is the easiest job for video watermark remover. Remove Logo Now! automatically detects objects that remain static in video streams, engaging its artificial intelligence to carefully remove the watermark from the video stream and fill underlying areas with visual data interpolated from the current and adjacent frames. In most cases, reasonably sized static watermarks can be removed with no visible residue.
Removing Transparent Overlays from Video Streams
Many channels overlay transparent watermarks over broadcasted video streams. Removing transparent watermarks from videos is nearly as easy as handling non-transparent static overlays. Similar to static logos, video watermark remover can patch underlying areas so that no visible residue appears after removing the watermark from the video.
How to Remove Date and Time Watermarks
Embedded date and time overlays were a feature in the past, becoming a major annoyance today. Often accompanied with running frame count, blinking recording indicator and other information, these objects are unwanted today and can be deleted with video watermark remover.
Remove Logo Now! can automatically detect and remove date and time overlays. Since these are running numbers as opposed to being a single static overlay, you’ll have to specify the location of these overlays by selecting the frame with a mouse. Once this is done, video watermark remover will take care of the rest to delete watermark from video.
Multiple Formats with On-the-Fly Conversion
Remove Logo Now! can process videos in AVI, MOV, M1V, MP2, SVCD, FLV, MP4, M2V, DVD, SWF, 3GP, MKV, WMV, and RM10. Should you want your video in a different format, the tool can automatically save the cleaned-up video stream using a different encoding, bitrate or container.