HitPaw Video Object Remover

NEW YORK, N.Y., Sep 28, 2023 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — HitPaw is thrilled to announce the release of HitPaw Video Object Remover (Win) V2.0.0, a game-changing update that elevates the world of video editing to new heights. These updates are designed to enhance the user experience, making HitPaw Video Object Remover (Win) V2.0.0 the ultimate tool for video editors of all levels.


* Enhanced AI Model

We’ve supercharged our AI model for object removal, delivering even more precise and impressive results. Say goodbye to unwanted elements in your videos effortlessly.

* Improved Tracking and Removal

We’ve fine-tuned our tracking and removal capabilities to ensure a smoother and more effective editing process. Your videos will look flawless and professional.

* Custom Background Upload

The star feature of this update is the ability to upload your own images for background replacement. Now, you have the freedom to replace video backgrounds with your favorite pictures, unleashing your creativity.

* Generic Picture Background

In addition to custom uploads, we provide a selection of generic picture backgrounds for replacement. It’s never been easier to give your videos a fresh look.

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Compatibility and Price:

HitPaw Video Object Remover is now compatible with Windows 11/10 64-bit and macOS 10.15 and above. The pricing starts from $39.99 USD for a month plan.

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About HitPaw:

HitPaw is a leading software provider dedicated to simplifying the world of multimedia editing. Our innovative tools empower creators to bring their ideas to life, whether through video editing, photo enhancement, or more. With user-friendly interfaces and cutting-edge technology, HitPaw software is designed for both beginners and professionals.

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