What else can you expect from a pixelated movie? Just some blocked artifacts throughout the footage that indicates the damage in the quality of the details of the video? Want to fix this issue? Well, this page helps you out.
Basically, the video pixilation is caused when you record videos using a camera that captures low-resolution footage, when shooting in very low light, converting a movie file with a very small file size or very low video resolution, or when a video is damaged due to virus infections, interruptions while transferring file from one device to another, etc.
Fixing Pixelated Videos
Solution #1: Repair Pixelated Videos using Video Enhancing Program
Follow below steps,
Step 1: Download and install a video-enhancing program that helps improve the quality of a pixelated movie.
Step 2: Open a pixelated movie file in the video-enhancing or video-editing program. Highlight the footage to prepare it for the application of a video filter or effect.
Step 3: Now, select an applicable video filter or effect to enhance the video. This generally help improve the quality of your video, avoid overusing them, which can lead to the generation of digital artifacts.
Step 4: Configure the amount of effect you want. You can usually adjust this by using a slider button or a space where you can indicate a numerical value for the effect. Check how the video looks by using the program’s “Preview Monitor.” Once you find the desired improvement, confirm the use of the video filter or effect by clicking “OK”.
Step 5: Render the edited movie to generate the final video with the applied improvement.
Step 6: Export the movie using a high-resolution format or, preferably, a lossless codec so that you don’t lose any more video resolution. When exporting, you may choose any preferred video file format (MOV, AVI and MP4) compatible with the video-playing program where you want to play your exported movie.
Video Enhancing Program works depending on the extent of the pixilation. Using this program, the pixelated video can be improved only up to a certain level, but not made perfectly clear. The larger the pixels or squares in the video, the less improvement is possible, regardless of the program, process or function used.
If you want to convert your pixelated video perfectly clear, then it is suggested to make use of professional digital video repair tool. (Refer next solution)
Remo Repair AVI Application easily repair corrupt or pixelated AVI, XVID as well as DIVX video formats in a fast and quick way. This toolkit has read-only repair algorithms that ensures video file repair without any video quality loss. In order to fix pixelated AVI video files, follow below steps:
Step 1: Download Remo Repair AVI and install it on your Windows system. Select the video file that is to be repaired using “Browse” option. Then click on “Repair” button to start the repair process.
Figure 1: Select CamStudio AVI File
Step 2: The software starts repairing the digital video file and the repair progress can be viewed in the progress bar as shown.
Figure 2: Repair Process
Step 3: Once the repairing process gets over, you can preview the repaired video file using "Preview" option.
Figure 3: Preview Video File
Step 4: Save the repaired video file to any drive location using "Save" option. (This step can be performed only with full version of Remo Repair AVI).
Figure 4: Save Fixed Video File
However, this software is specially designed for Windows users. You can install it on any version of Windows operating systems including Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012.