It is hard to say why your video gets blurry, shaky or distorted. But whatever the cause, there is no doubt that you need to take steps to remove blur and improve video quality, if you want to upload it online for others or just saving it for yourself. Your footage might get blurry if the camera is unstable or moves too fast. Video becomes fuzzy and pixelated after zooming in and upscaling. When ISO is set too high, plus fast shutter speed, your night recordings become grainy. Incorrect video encoding settings also make video blurry and distorted when uploading. But all those video quality issues can be fixed with VideoProc.
An Easy Video Quality Enhancer to Improve Video Quality
"Blurry video uploads on social media. My problem is that whenever I upload a video to for example Instagram, Snapchat etc. the receiver sees the video very blurry/pixaled. The photos are OK. Videos are like taken on 160p resolution."
How to Fix a Blurry Video to Improve Video Quality - VideoProc
Step 1: Free download .exe or .dmg setup file of VideoProc, get it installed on your Windows (10) or macOS, and then open the software.
Step 2: Click "Video" to enter "VideoProc - Video" editor/converter center, and click "+ Video" to load your blurry video from local folder.
Step 3: Choose "Effect", apply "Sharpen" filter, and then fine-tune the "Contrast" and "Brightness" value. For example, here we adjust "Contrast" to 1.3 to make it look clearer. Then "Done".
Step 4: Select a target format. MP4 H.264 is most recommended, for its high compression ratio. It ensures you high quality in small file size. Then press button "RUN" to start cleaning up the blurry video.
How to Improve Video Quality by Upscaling Resolution - VideoProc
Step 1: Import your video file in VideoProc.
Step 2: Click "Codec Option", find "Resolution" under "Video Codec Option" area, and then choose your desired resolution from the drop-down list. You are also allowed to "Custom" video resolution. Then "Done".
Step 3: Choose an output format. Change the encoding method or not based on your need. Note that re-encoding a video would take you a little bit more time than remaining the original format. But when tackling some codecs like H.264 and HEVC, VideoProc's level-3 hardware acceleration will boost the transcoding process.
Step 4: Specify the output folder to save your file and "RUN" the conversion.
How to Stabilize Video to Improve Video Quality - VideoProc
Step 1: Drag and drop your shaky video into the main interface of VideoProc to get it loaded.
Step 2: Switch to "Toolbox" tab in the bottom function area, and choose "Deshake".
Step 3: Click "Option" right beside the preview window, set the range of footage you want to deshake by inputting the "Start Time" and "End Time", and adjust the values of shakiness, accuracy, step size and minimum contrast. Then "Done'.
Step 4: Choose an output format and RUN the video deshaking process.
Video Tutorial: Stabilize Shaky GoPro 4K Video
Tips: the steps of video stabilization begin in 0:40. [0:00 - 0:20] shows you the effect of deshaking.
How to Improve Video by Re-Encoding - VideoProc
Step 1: Load your source video by clicking "+ Video" and then move to the "Target Format" area.
Step 2: Choose an output format and click "Option" to go to the "Quality" center.
Step 3: Move the slider between "Default" and "High Quality". You will see the values of CRF and Target Bit Rate are changing accordingly. Note that "High Quality" needs comparatively more time to process the encoding. Then "Done".
Jordi was an amateur tech enthusiast, but now an editor who has published hundreds of stories covering hardware acceleration, video editing, software review and how-to guides. He is more like a "tech support" with adventurous soul, eagerly grabbing cutting-edge video technologies off in a professional yet easy-to-understand style, and enjoying gliding, diving, etc.
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