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  1. Could you please improve quality of this video?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wwb05197HEE
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  2. Use the YoutubeCrapToHDVideo filter.
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  3. Are you joking?
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  4. Yes. Crap in, crap out.
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  5. Here's a tip...leave the lens cap ON for your next one.
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    i would just work on the audio .. with audacity and search for free mastering vst plugins .. goldwave is good also

    if you really want to process it, try virtualdub with deshaker that will zoom in a little ...and read the complete guide
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Use the YoutubeCrapToHDVideo filter.
    Originally Posted by transporterfan View Post
    Here's a tip...leave the lens cap ON for your next one.
    What happened to VH members? Too much mocking, not enough helping.

    FYI: It probably was shot HD, but with a phone. So the "720/1080p" looks fuzzy. You can already see what looks to be typical rolling shutter issues.

    Originally Posted by ciccioschumacher View Post
    Could you please improve quality of this video?
    The honest answer to this? Don't. It looks fine as is. Trying to make it "better" will only make it worse.

    At most, maybe Mercalli to straighten out the bad semi-handheld camera work. But even then, there are unwanted side effects.

    It's amateur digital concert footage. The end.
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  8. Originally Posted by lordsmurf View Post
    Trying to make it "better" will only make it worse.
    Isn't that what I said?
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  9. I'm use Deshaker for VirtualDub, resto audio in Audacity And I use upscale nnedi3, McTemporalDenoiser, Sharpen and ColorMatrix in AviSynth. The result i The Best for this video. The video si more stable, The band is more clarity and The sound is great. However, thanks for Mercalli, But it's for payment.
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