This comes up from time-to-time for images, do not know if any video editor implements a gmic plugin. You will probably need a frame-server of some sort.
However, using BIMP for a folder full of images.
Determine the G'mic command line using layer name or logfile logging for a typical image. In linux the log file is in ~/.config/gmic/gimp_log, it will be there in Windows somewhere.
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In BIMP search for gmic
put 1 into 'input layers mode
put the command line into the G'MIC command string << much easier to copy paste from the logfile.
then the rest of BIMP is the usual: add images, set output folder etc.
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example of the command string
edit: Flowblade Editor uses gmic: https://jliljebl.github.io/flowblade/
AFAIK limited implementation, no dream_smoothing filter but worth keeping an eye on.