Multimedia video files sometimes contain blank spaces, static, noise, artifacts, distortion, feedback, and other glitches, which occur in-between the normal video segments.
These blank or noise affected sections cause the video to play back with gaps and stutter. If there are any blank or distorted frames in a video, existing video editing software requires that you manually remove them. This process requires repetition involving manual search and removal.
SproutConverter removes unintended alterations of digital video files including blank spaces, static, noise, artifacts, feedback, errors, distortions, and other unintended deformities. The video sections are cleaned and then rendered to a format of the users choosing.
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