Video Pilot is an easy-to-use tool that can modify the quality of your media files. It supports AVI, MPG, PNG, BMP, JPG and others.
The interface of the application is clean and intuitive. Media files can be opened via the file browser only, because the "drag and drop" function is not supported.
So, you can play videos, navigate back and forth within the clip and adjust the volume. But you can also open the current frame in a new window, save and load presets.
Furthermore, you can adjust media to white or black mode, replace colors and remove the color casts mode, as well as correct the brightness and gamma levels.
In addition, you can save and load colors, zoom in and out, fit the image to window, delete the last region or the one under the cursor, and more.
The application runs on a moderate amount of system resources, includes a short guide with snapshots along with animated tutorials and didn't pop up any errors during our tests. However, the program's functionality is pretty limited.
We had expected to find more options when it comes to image and video processing. These basic tools presented in Video Pilot can also be found in more complex media editing apps. Also, the demo version has some limitations. We recommend Video Pilot with some reservations.