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Car Number plate blur

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rohitdharan
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Car Number plate blur

Post Posted: Dec 06, 19 10:35

hello experts,
i have a blur car number plate image, please unblur the number, the image URL is given below
thank you

postimg.cc/JDbzB4CZ  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: Car Number plate blur

Post Posted: Dec 06, 19 19:24

- rohitdharan
hello experts,
i have a blur car number plate image, please unblur the number, the image URL is given below
thank you

postimg.cc/JDbzB4CZ


At first sight, it doesn't seem like simply "motion-blurred", it looks like it has been *somehow* compressed vertically. Confused

Anyway, you are losing a LOT of resolution by posting what appears as being a screenshot, as opposed to the actual image/jpeg, which in itself looks like having a decent resolution - 3840*2160 should be the actual size of the image, what you posted - the useful part - is roughly 820*460. Shocked

Do you have only that single frame, or do you have a number of other frames where the car/license plate is visible? Question

jaclaz
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watcher
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Re: Car Number plate blur

Post Posted: Dec 07, 19 16:15

As jaclaz pointed out, you've already lost approximately 80% of your image quality by taking a picture of a picture.

Go back to the original footage. With that big of a quality difference, I suspect no additional processing will be necessary.

In the event that even an original is insufficient, because it's a video:

Use multiple frames
Isolate the plate
"Align" and "Stack" the plate images. ("Hugin" or similar stacking software)

Again, I suspect an original full resolution image is all you need.  
 

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