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4KINO: 4K In Name Only

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#1 Mdriver1981


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Posted Yesterday, 08:20 PM

I was sold on a company’s pitch that their product (VideoProc Converter) converts videos into 4K. This has not been my experience. I processed some home videos of mine from 1987, 1990, and 1996 and the finished product looks exactly the same. Byte-wise, the videos increased in size many fold, but that is it. I was expecting a nice, sharpened, nonblurry video in 4K.

Are there products that can actually do it?

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Posted Yesterday, 08:29 PM

Hi, Welcome to BC.


Think DVDFab will but you have to remember the vids trying to convert.

But your key words turn up this :

"If you think that you are not big enough to be effective you have not been to bed with a mosquito"
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