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Ive used topaz for footage and it was amazing, I have trial of the one for stills but it didn't quite work for what I needed detail wise but mostly very good
preserve details 2.0 in photoshop? i've found it pretty decent (better than many of the online A.I. upscalers i've tried) - you may need to enable beta features to see it in the image resize dialog
Adobe's "Enhance" is supposedly on par with Topaz quality-wise, but features way less control or options for tweaking — which eat up lots of time when using Topaz.
Also Adobe's version is best with RAW image input, so to get the best results with video you'd need to batch out RAW-level footage to a RAW image sequence and then batch that in Bridge/Lightroom. Then re-ingest the upscaled image sequence frames. That's the best test scenario you could probably use.
- Topaz's video enlarger is pretty awesome, too. Took 864x486 video enlarged to 1920x1080 and it's passable.formed
- Yeah, from my research Topaz is probably the best overall choice if you don't mind learning how to tweak its settings, but Adobe's built-in is no slouch for RAWevilpeacock
These might help?
Any of youz good experience using AI to up res your imagery? Specially looking up-res video stills.
I've had mixed results with the "Enhance" feature in Camera Raw. I'm assuming there has to be some better technology out there.