Re: [Frameworks] resize

From: Cari Machet <>
Date: Sun, 12 Jun 2011 14:58:22 -0400

i wld suggest deinterlacing either in photoshop or fcp

yes let us know how it works out

On 6/12/11, David Tetzlaff <> wrote:
> There are a variety of software packages that promise to enlarge digital
> photos with reduced artifacting. I haven't used any of them myself, but
> certainly before purchasing anything I would do some web research to see
> what the competing products are, whether they have demo versions, what kind
> of user endorsements they may have garnered, etc.
> Also, the newer versions of Photoshop have a new option under 'Resample" in
> the 'Image Size' dialog, listed as 'Best for Enlargements'. You might get
> satisfactory results in Photoshop with the right settings, without resorting
> to other software.
> 12" isn't that big. We made a lobby sized poster for a film by blowing up a
> 720P video frame, and it worked fine for the purpose. As I recall, I was
> looking into those enlarging software programs but we hit a deadline, and
> just used Photoshop. Getting rid of scanlines is probably a matter of
> applying a suitable plug-in filter as a separate process from resizing. I
> remember that we got the poster from Kinkos, but I don't remember if we gave
> them an enlarged file, or something with the text in vector graphics and the
> photo at native resolution. Kinkos makes digital enlargements all the time,
> so you could call them and ask them how they do it. They might be able to
> make a nice 12" print of the video frame for you for less than your time
> hassling with it yourself is worth.
> That said, I'd still like to hear what anyone has to say about any of those
> enlarging programs...
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