So, I don't know if this is the correct sub-forum for this question, but I wasn't really sure where (on the internet in general, honestly) I would go to ask for this. It is probably a ridiculous question anyways, but:
I run a little retail place in Colorado. Some jerks broke in night before last and stole our televisions and broke our door. We don't have a ton of money, so we're really hoping to help bring these guys to justice somehow so that they'll have to repay us, at least.
We have security cameras, but they're not the best footage.
I was hoping that maybe somebody here would have some tips to help clean the video up. I don't even know if that's, like... a possible thing. I'm totally envisioning that silly CSI-type scene where you're zooming and enhancing and whatnot.
I'm sure that the video itself just isn't high enough quality for much to be done with it, but... I dunno, I figured I should defer to some smarter-than-me folks on this.
This is one of the four angles we got. The beginning and end of the video, from that angle, you can kind of see their car pull into the parking lot. I guess I was just kind of hoping there'd be a way to get it clearer to try and determine what kind of car that is.
Anyways, this is probably all very foolish, and I apologize if I am asking in the wrong place entirely, but... any help would be tremendously appreciated.
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"a lot of people are better dead" - prisoner KSC2-303
Using ZOOM in VirtualDub....I'd have to guess that was a 2007 Ford Focus 2-door hatchback.