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How to Auto Remove Background from Videos Easily

How to Auto Remove Background from Videos Easily

Uniconverter has always made video editing easier for users out there, and background removal just got even easier for users on Mac. Uniconverter 13 newly-added AI Portrait function can remove background from video(s) without leaving any green screen. Do you want to know how to do it? Follow the step-by-step guide below to discover how to easily remove the background on video with AI Portrait on Uniconverter for Mac.

Steps to Remove Background from Videos using AI Portrait

Step 1
Launch Uniconverter and Select AI Portrait

Open the Uniconverter software. There is a list of tools on the left side on the main interface. Click on Toolbox, which is the last on the list. A list of other tools will appear; click on AI Portrait from the options

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Step 2
Import Video and Remove/Add Background

A new window pops up when you click on AI Portrait. On the left side is where you import video. Just click on the Import Files icon and select the video you want from your local disc.

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The video background will be removed automatically, and you can choose a new background from the options on the right side of the screen. You can use the preset or add an image from your local folder.

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You can add multiple files at once, remove and add new backgrounds altogether; by clicking on Apply to All, you can apply the change made in one video to all other added videos, or you can edit the background for each video individually.

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Slide the preview button to review how good the video is with the new background

Step 3
Export and Save

When you are done with all editing, click on Export to start exporting your new videos without background or unique background (if you added one).

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Optional: You can change where your video will be saved by clicking on File location at the bottom part of the screen.