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therman mermehn
averaging filter
on Aug 21, 2018 at 3:43:47 am

I'm looking for a filter/a way to replicate a filter.

The filter is a filter which takes an average of several frames to create a much better single image. For example , a static security camera footage in which the image doesn't change at all. Supposedly you can take the several hundred frames and average out the images to create one higher quality single frame. Much like how nasa photographs galaxies (although what i'm doing isn't as complex or important)

I'm not sure if this may already exist in premiere or after effects.


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Chris Wright
Re: averaging filter
on Aug 21, 2018 at 10:28:31 pm

after effects has the camera shake deblur plugin that takes the best frames to create a higher quality output.
I haven't used it so don't know if it is really good.

there are some professional scalers that take into account multiple frames but that's for scaling, although I guess, if you shrunk it down again, it would still be better. http://www.infognition.com/super_resolution/ or terranex or alchemist OD.

there's a lot of software that does this. the technique is called 'super resolution'.
https://www5.cs.fau.de/research/software/multi-frame-super-resolution-toolb...
https://decsai.ugr.es/pi/superresolution/software.html


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