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Video enhancement plays an important role in various video applications. It is desirable to achieve high visual quality of the entire picture where multiple region-of-interests (ROIs) within the frame can be adaptively and simultaneously enhanced. In this paper, a new global-based video enhancement algorithm is proposed. The proposed algorithm first analyzes features from different ROIs. Then, a 'global' tone mapping curve is created for the entire picture which can adaptively enhance different regions at the same time. According to the statistics of ROIs, two fusion strategies, i.e., piecewise-based and factor-based fusions, are proposed for creating the global tone mapping curve. Experimental results show that the proposed algorithm can obtain more appealing perceptual quality than the state-of-the-art algorithms.