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Video is the technology of electronically manipulating still images that represent motion.

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You could recreate most of the stuff in that video inside Adobe After Effects, if you have all the assets on individual pictures (layers), and not merged on top of each other. You can easily take a …
answered Nov 27 '15 by Shane Smiskol
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Yes, if you record a video in 4K, then downsize to 1080p, the image will look much clearer than if you shot the video on a 1080p camera. You can also zoom in up to 200% and still retain the quality … in a 1080p time line. Why it may look better is because most sensors these days use chroma subsampling. On most consumer 1080p video camera products, the camera records in 4:2:0. Meaning that each …
answered May 16 '15 by Shane Smiskol