Why Scaling Digital Video Larger Makes Images Blurry [v]

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[ This is an excerpt from a recent on-line webinar: “Ask Larry Anything!” which is available as a download in our store, or as part of our Video Training Library. ]


This is an excerpt of a recent PowerUP webinar called “Ask Larry Anything.” In this short tutorial, Larry Jordan illustrates why scaling video larger than 100% creates blurry images. This is also called “up-resing” or “up-scaling.”


Why Scaling Digital Video Larger Makes Images Blurry

TRT: 4:25 — MPEG-4 HD movie



One of our favorite – and most wide-ranging – sessions returns with “Ask Larry Anything.” Presented by Larry Jordan, this is a free-form conversation about, well, anything you want to ask. This session covers:

These sessions are always interesting because the questions span such a wide range!


These questions span the range from beginner to advanced. Subjects change quickly, so if you aren’t interested in the current question, another will be along in a few minutes.

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