In video and sound you can't add quality. Once it's gone it's gone.
These videos you captured are very likely from 480p so where is the rest of the data going to come from?
Remember this is a rather old question and I've not seen anything worthy of note. All the enhancers do little more that give you a Vaseline on the lens effect.
Hi there folks. I recently bought a video capture card, a few months ago actually but when I try to render my videos in Adobe Premiere there is little to no change. Can anyone help me to identify a programme that can render videos captured with my card to make the videos look miles better than what I see from older clips?
If there is a programme that can render my videos one by one or in batches now would be a really good time to suggest one. Bear in mind I don't capture with Adobe as it doesn't detect my card and I tried iSkysoft to render and it look like the change was miniscule and that was a joke to me. I need to have these videos from several years ago, before 4k and mp4 but look just as good or close for such video clip captured in the mid to late 1990s.
Need my content to be up. I use Total Media Theatre to capture and it looks great while the process goes through but the output is not clear enough for even a Vevo video from 2008 and before. So I try the software that came with the capture card (PowerDirector) and I tried to boost it to a 720p and 1080p but with no luck. No Adobe Premieres please. That software messed up my system and I nearly had to spend a truckload of money to fix it. I need a grande alternative. Kindly assist.