How to upscale an old video

Explorer ,
Nov 06, 2020 Nov 06, 2020

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Hi;

I faced some program such https://topazlabs.com/video-enhance-ai/ that clime that can upscale a video, and as you see on its first page this algorithm or program improve the quality of the video.

Does premiere have a way to get that result?

Does adobe have such a program?

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Martin Miciciday

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Nov 06, 2020 Nov 06, 2020

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After Effects has an upscale process which may help you.

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Explorer ,
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Is there any tutorial of After Effects about the upscale process for learning?
If yes, would you please give me the link?

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Topaz or Ae will be disappointing if the footage is not of good quality to start with.

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Explorer ,
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I watch some old movies that have been improved and even colorized, isn't there any trick to upscale and improve it? I use some effects, but they use a different algorithm and it's very important that Adobe has an effect or program to revive the memorable videos.
Adobe has to be the best. 🙂

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Mar 11, 2022 Mar 11, 2022

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Topaz or Ae will be disappointing if the footage is not of good quality to start with.


By @Ann Bens

 

Have to revise that answer.

Over time, Topaz Ai has improved significant.

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Mar 11, 2022 Mar 11, 2022

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martinm,

A lot of times they show you still images and not the video. I have seen the video playback jerky after using 3rd party hardware. Premiere Pro can upscale video decent. The video below might be helpful. Towards then end I have sample of VHS that are upscaled using only Premiere Pro. The result look as good as anything I have seen thus far. As Ann said a lot depends on the quality of the original video. Firewire DV converters work great for VHS capture. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVLUxRkPMdA


I use the Canopus ADVC 110 firewire DV converter and the Intensity Shuttle. Both products are discontinued. You must by them used. Adobe Creative Cloud: ht...

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