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A general rule about video is "You cant get something form nothing"
if your original source material is out of focus then you can never do anything to them to make them any more focused.
Making a video signal "more focused" means adding information to it. as any filter would just be guessing, there is no way to exactly make source material focused.
Your best bet is to go back to the original source material and check your process of encoding to see if any detail was lost along the way.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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