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High quality video upscaling YUVsoft Super Resolution Demo 1.35 High quality video upscaling using a unique fast super resolution technology. Information from several video frames is used to greatly enhance quality of a high resolution image. Several presets with different speed-quality trade-off are available. The best results are obtained when upscaling video 2 times. The demo can process AVI files of 704x576 resolution or below, making it possible to evaluate quality of SD to HD content conversion.

It did not work, reporting an error \'Could not open the output file FILENAME\', or something similar, I cannot remember exactly. The output file was actually created every time but it did not contain the output. After wasting half an hour I removed the software from my computer.





Video watermarking demo program YUVsoft Watermarking Demo 1.0.0.1 This is a demo of YUVsoft Watermarking technology (YUV Watermarking) capabilities. The program can watermark typical standard definition videos with a user defined text, making it possible to extract a mark after compression or other typical video processing. Also it can be used for hidden information transmission. In most situations a watermark can not be detected and/or changed by standard steganography methods.




Advanced video deinterlacing using YUV Decomb YUVsoft Decomb (Deinterlace) Demo 2.0 This is a demonstration of deinterlacing using YUV Decomb technology. An original algorithm ensures high quality of interpolated progressive video due to non-trivial use of motion data and filtration, making resulting videos free of many typical deinterlacing artifacts. The benefit is especially clear on low-angle edges. The demo can process AVI files of 720x576 resolution or below, enabling processing of typical SIF and SD video content.

Unfortunately didn`t work Hello, I was trying your program via remote acces on someone else her computer, so I don't know to many details about perhaps lacking hardware, codecs, etc, but the video I tested should have been microsoft DV codec AVI, and the program didn't accept it.Pity, it was looking nice and simple beforehand



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