I have an AVI video that has this info:
Codec: H264 - MPEG-4 AVC (part 10) (H264)
Frame Rate: 29.970029
Decoded Format: Plana 4:2:0 YuV
The quality isn't that good. It was from security camera footage for a burglary. I'm trying to make it clearer to see faces, and just overall better quality!
I'm very dumb when it comes to this stuff, but can anyone tell me if it is even possible to create a higher quality video from this in any way? Also, is it possible to create a much "bigger" pixel video with good quality? I'm not concerned with filesize or anything else other than better quality!
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You can't "increase" quality. As noted, filtering may clean it up a bit, but based on the source, it won't be the type of detail that you are wanting. You can't add data/information/detail that isn't in the source material.Google is your Friend
"security camera" sounds like an oxymoron. How often have we seen security footage that
is so poor, it's worthless? So much for security.
but on their own they're practically worthless, you're better of spending the money on some strong door and window bars and some strong locks.
thanks for the replies(I think). Can anyone help me out a little more by suggesting exactly what I can try? I've messed around with VLC player's filters but not much there. I wonder, that if the video is interlaced, would de-interlacing it with some filter help "clear" the picture?
any other suggestions are greatly appreciated. thank you!
Can you post some of the video so we can get some better idea's ?