Redoing an old video

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I've got a little video of me reading a book that I made for grandchildren 16 years ago. I have another grandchild and I wanted to reuse part of the video. When I bring it in to sequence it is 720 x 480. If I shoot at 1080 will it be difficult to use it with the old video? Or could I increase the old video from 720 to 1080?

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Redoing an old video

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I've got a little video of me reading a book that I made for grandchildren 16 years ago. I have another grandchild and I wanted to reuse part of the video. When I bring it in to sequence it is 720 x 480. If I shoot at 1080 will it be difficult to use it with the old video? Or could I increase the old video from 720 to 1080?

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You can resize either video. You can create a 720 X 480 sequence or a 1920 X 1080 sequence. A 1280 X 720 sequence might work best.

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I tried to make a 1280 x 720 sequence and then scaled the original photo by 200%. It's pretty blocky, shaky. Is there anything I can do within Premiere to make it smoother? Or would I be better off scaling the bigger (modern) video to 720 x 480? I don't want to put the older video inside a big black frame.

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I use the Canopus ADVC 110 DV converter and the Intensity Shuttle. The IEEE Firewire DV converters are no longer made. You must by them used. Thunderbolt 2 t...

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I'll share a few thoughts. I understand your wanting to reuse the old video.

 

Is the old audio usable and high quality? I would consider creating a new video, 1920 by 1080. and then mxing in still images, and the old video, picture in picture, in its original pixel resolution so that it does not lose quality. For me, the question would be what archival/memory I would want for all the grandchildren.

 

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The reply by Stan Jones is a good one, but my preference would be to use a 720 X 480 sequence and scale the 1080 video down or crop as necessary.

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My preference is similar to that of Peru Bob. Downscale the 1080 image to 480i/29.97, then export the video as standard definition. You will not achieve high definition, but television sets almost always do a better job than software or computer monitors at upscaling video.

 

If on the other hand that exported video is going to be displayed on a computer, then you will have to accept the lousy image quality, whether through software or the monitor's poor-quality upscaler.

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I have no connection to these guys at all, other than seeing their ads continuously on Facebook. I am curious about it as I have some old transfers from Video all at SD obviously. They say they can upRes successfully.

https://topazlabs.com/video-enhance-ai

 

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Tried this: original footage needs to be of very good image quality to be enlarged.

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