This is the highest resolution I could find. Might be able to upscale it with a site like letsenhance.io if you need more pixels
Not OP but you either just scale it up with paint.NET or any other image editor...
Or you use letsenhance.io which can sometimes be really impressive, but it can look bad if the input is not detailed enough.
they made an implementation of a research paper actually. good thing upscaling a digitally drawn image seems easier than upscaling a photographed image
another example using letsenhance.io (upscale 4X instead of 2X, seems to based on the same thing, uses 4x upscale model and have their own trained dataset so users don't have to) https://imgur.com/a/NgDT5
meanwhile it's the other way around for frame interpolation lol (video recorded from camera has better interpolation result than 2d animation like anime)
You can't "enhance" detail which isn't there, but computer algorithms CAN make informed predictions about missing detail. Here's a website that you can use right now and try for yourself.
Pro tip for OP. If you have a wallpaper you need sized up and it has very complicated artwork like this you might try using a tool like https://letsenhance.io
It’s a tool that uses machine learning to predict what color a pixel a might be when scaled to a larger size.
Just short of asking the original artist for a custom commission this is your best bet.
Any attempt by any user on this sub would take way too much time or be very warped.
I love GTA box art and Gay Tony, so I figured I'd enhance it with letsenhance.io and by basic editing skills to share it for anyone who's interested in saving the art or making a wallpaper or something.
sadly im not aware of any website that provides anything higher than 512x875 pixels.
but you can enhance them using letsenhance.io . though its only free for your first few enhancing
I use Mix app on my phone for filtering colors and adding other small effects and adding a bit of vibrancy.
Here is the website that is the free AI tool: https://letsenhance.io/ you only get like 5 free uses but I'd say mine were well worth it.
I just posted an 8000x8000 resolution one.
That's because it's not mine. At my school i currently have a shared powerpoint which allows live editing. I introduced my friend to the game and he wasnt very good at it. I managed to make him stay up until tier V and one time he encountered a Nightmare (at long range) while i was playing in a StuG. He asked if it was just a special camouflage which changed the name from StuG to Nightmare. I just explained a few things about it to him and he differences like the plates on the side and he just made this and put it on powerpoint. I just used the snipping tool in under 5 secs on it and then used letsenhance.io to make the image quality a bit better evon though it still looks bad. I hope that clears it up for you
[Programs] polybar conky kitty rofi vim firefox htop
[Wallpaper] ripped from GMail, put through letsenhance.io
[Fonts] FiraCode NerdFont FontAwesome Noto Sans
Here are my dotfiles and the video running in Firefox (lower left screenshot).
The engraving is nice tbh. I wonder if its a 45 or 38super.
Sidenote to op, i would suggest using https://letsenhance.io/ next time to enhance the image. Its a great tool 👍🏻
> yeah the pixelation bums me out as well and i'm not really sure how to fix it
my advice would be to change the size of the banner completely, i know reddit recommends a size of 4000x192px, but you can upload an image that's smaller and it'll totally work, as long as the file is in .jpg format. try making the width of the image a lot smaller (700-800px), but keep the height the same (within the 4000px range). when i was making the banner for r/WayV_For_Life, the dimensions of my upload were 4000x800px, and as you can see, the size isn't that bad. the banner height option on reddit also depends, but i would recommend large, or whatever fits with your image!!
++ i would also try improving the overall image quality of the image??? i use sites like letsenhance.io to enhance the image quality.
as for background you can try a hitori janai logo or image like this in tiled format to match the banner??? idk but it's just something i would try if i were in charge of the overall subreddit look!! you don't have to follow any of my advice but i hope this can help a bit :)
If you find a picture you want to use, https://letsenhance.io/ is phenomenal at enhancing the quality within seconds, automatically, for nothing but a free e-mail login.
I have used it to help people on here before, and it works amazingly.
Okay, check this out
I took your original image and I put it through https://letsenhance.io and I upscaled it twice. Then I put it into photoshop and adjusted the levels and downscaled it. Now you have a lot better B&W image source to color that won't give your finale image blocky jpeg artifacts!
Went and used some rando website to upscale.
Don't know the resolution, but its big enough for 4k without looking grainy: https://imgur.com/a/kG8yZ6l
Website used because it worked really well: https://letsenhance.io
I found this tool the other day ( https://letsenhance.io/boost ) and ran your image through it and this is the result.
Edit: Also, I used this site for the upscaling. You do need to register, but can use your google account, and you can only do 5 images for free so.. But there are workaround for that...
Process Steps Breakdown
I take the original picture and use a web service to upscale it so that I have a larger canvas to work with.
Then the image is opened up in my app of choice Snapseed.
From there I alter the color curves which changes the information available from the black & white.
I start with the red channel changed the curve and them choose varying intensity for the different parts of the image (e.g. 100% where flesh, 75% with timber, 25% everywhere else). I repeat this for the green and blue channels.
After this I boost the saturation before adding back in a layer of B&W. To get to the final product I then use the selective tool to alter brightness, contrast or saturation until I am happy.
Thank you for asking!
Currently Letsenhance.io is offering a few free upscales, I liked how it performed, Believe me I have installed the free github Enhanced program, but it doesn't scale to this, these guys have it going on, This is not a endorsement, Also I am not getting paid for this.
They operate in germany, so I highly recommend them if you want to 4x upscale your styles, Its recommend for professional Neural-Stylist :)
Those screenshots were captured in-game on 8K (7680x4320) with Nvidia DSR and some slight "hacking". I don't think more is possible on my FullHD monitor... moreover, NVidia changed something in their drivers, and my little "hack" for having resolutions higher than 4K is not working anymore.
Maybe someone can extract the models from in-game files and view them + render them in a 3D software, you have to ask, because I don't know about those things.
Also, have you heard of Let's Enhance...? It's been quite popular recently. You can upscale files of maximum 2500px 4 times (to 10000px) with their deep learning algorithms. But only 5 free images per a free account.
i made the banner 4000x208 on photoshop and i got so confused bc that is not what reddit banners look like at all 😭 😭
i just tried the letsenhance.io website, and it worked in fixing the hitorijanai text, but the members' faces are so unrecognizable now it's very funny. i think when i have time tomorrow, i'll try re-doing the banner size instead. thanks for the advice!
The sad thing is that one day with machine-learning and whatnot they will be able to increase the resolution and clarity on low res photos, and millions of kids will never know that every tv show up to that point was complete garbage.
Here’s a higher resolution version using machine learning from https://letsenhance.io
It’s not perfect, looks a little like a painting (cause this photo is really lowres), but it’s way better than the one from this post
P.S: I tried to find the original version through reverse image search, but I wasn’t able to :(
I downloaded the image from here and ran it in an online enhancer like this one https://letsenhance.io/
The result is from 4MB to 64MB and it looks way better when zooming in. I'll might try to get it printed as a poster or as a puzzle. Thanks u/Lecherous_Sanji !
This is going to be tricky.
First of all the original is small and poor quality. I can't find anything better online. All the other sizes I've found are clearly this tiny original poorly resized. I can probably do a better job resizing it at LetsEnhance.io but before that:
The square ratio doesn't lend itself to 21:9. You're going to wind up with something like this. I'm not very creative with margin fills, somebody else could do a better job, I'm sure 😔
Alternately, you could crop Main section and the three singles underneath and put two of the three singles on either side of the main section. That would reduce the need for large fill areas. But one of them will have to go.
That's the AI approach which is technologically superior, that's what supposedly Nvidia is doing. I've been using this https://letsenhance.io/boost to upscale a bunch of wallpapers that I had. It's a hit and miss. It does better than classical resampling algorithms but it does produce a specific artifact that can be noticed. I'd say it does better on cartoony stuff than on realistic CGI and real world photos. Although it is still very serviceable even for those.
Basically, an algorithm, no matter how sophisticated, cannot create detail that wasn't present. I don't know if you remember but some decade ago there were these TVs that promised to do the same thing for SD video and turn it into HD. Obviously the results weren't stellar...
when you have a small image, and you zoom in a lot, you'll notice the pixels and the blurriness. So when you want to have a higher resolution image, you need to fix this blurriness somehow (otherwise it will just be a larger image, that is blurry). They've started using AI for tasks like this to make the image seem more natural after making it bigger. I found this website, for example: https://letsenhance.io/
You could snap a screenshot of it at the highest possible resolution and then cut it out with photoshop or something. Then blow it up/enhance with AI power with sites like https://letsenhance.io
If you’d then print it a a bitmap you would have a pretty decent quality picture on the wall!
You should try https://letsenhance.io/ or some of the online waifu2x services.
Here I sharpened your image, then reduced to 70%, then waifu2x-ed with max. noise reduction, then waifu-ed again:
Unfortunately it won't look much better unless you provide a better original.
There are ones you have to pay money for but this one offers five images for free https:// letsenhance.io/
And https:// upscalepics.com/
I can't testify to the quality but they are top of the Google results. Remove spaces
I couldn't find it, but I did make an enhanced version of the one you have with u/i_luke_tirtles edit.
And by make, I mean I ran it though 'LetsEnhance.io's engine.
You couldn't do it exponentially or infinitely, but if you just want to up-res an existing picture by about 200% or so, there is an online AI tool you can try: https://letsenhance.io/
There are a bunch of services online (paid and free) that use some algorithms (they call them fancy AI's today, I've heard :) ) to increase resolution and predict the additional data. The one I had the best experience with is LetsEnhance.io (5 images are for free).
(Moderators: Remove last line if this counts as advertisement, I'm not in any way related to these services though.)
Yeah. Hisense IMHO is a good way to get Dolby Vision functionality which makes a ton of difference when the source material is compatible (eg Netflix "The Witcher", "Lost In Space", Expanse on Prime...OMG.)
BTW, do you think that this online converter/upscaler makes any worthwhile difference? It seems like I can zoom in more using Android Reddit, but I wonder about the load times or any other bottlenecks for the image.
Pros V Cons.
Especially using the PS4slim? I can't really tell what effing difference I'm getting using a 2.1 compatible HDMI cable and HDR mode, Overscan, etc. 1920=wompwomp and I know don't know what I'm missing.
I'd LOVE a Pro, considering my newest purchase and the late-stage AAA titles I play, but cash is tight. I may spring for an Dolby Atmos system, although my dinosaur Samsung HTX40 with DTS sounds pretty good. I'd prefer to go HDMI for my audio instead of Optical and if I use the HDMIin Functionality on the HTX40 it downscales Video so badly that it's not worth it.
So sorry to hear about that, I'm deeply sorry for your loss. For enhancing low-quality images, I'd recommend letsenhance.io. It takes no work on your part, you just upload an image and let it do its thing...
There's quite a few AI upscalers around now like Let's Enhance, and Gigapixel AI but there's usually a cost associated after a certain number of users.
I used waifu2x which is free and specifically trained on anime artwork. Some people have actually upscaled old anime and game intros with this method. Really cool stuff.
It's not something you can do with printing, no. There is software out there than can help you, potentially.
I haven't used this, but it purports to be pretty advanced in its ability to scale things.
Another option would be to use a Photoshop plugin like Topaz to stylize the images after scaling them up to obscure the loss of resolution. It's a pretty good trick if the people viewing it don't know about the plugin (and many do not). If they know about it, however, the style is fairly recognizable.
Here's a picture of it from the designer's website:
You might be able to get a higher quality version of it by putting it through a vectorizer or using a website like one of these:
I used a combination of let'senhance.io and waifu2x to get the details of the hay, edges and road texture and waifu2x for the decals and text on the plate and all since that gave a better result, put a waifu2x max denoise layer on top for color adjustments and put it all together in Photoshop.
If you don't want to do that, your best bet is just using let's enhance since that makes all the magic occur to get these super detailed upscales.
I think you underestimate AI. That shit is almost magic, I'm really confident it will be super close to real 4k visually. Every game has it tailored specifically for itself, it's not just general AI enhancement. You can try out a general AI resolution boost at https://letsenhance.io, you get 5 images for free. Depending on the image the result is extremely impressive. And that's just for any photos, not a specific game.
didn't know about that, cheers!
While we're mentioned useful image upscaling, there's a REALLY good online tool, better than waifu or anything else... but it has a limited number of uses unless you pay. It uses neural networks to search a huge database of online images, determine which ones are similar, and then somehow borrow detail from those similar images to make your enlarged pic look more realistic.
The results look so good in some cases that it's like magic, you'd swear it's faked or they're cheating somehow, but it's real. https://cdn0.tnwcdn.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2017/11/Lets-Enhance-hed-796x398.jpg
Try Lets Enhance, you have to sign up with your email but you get 5 free tries and it uses a pretty nifty AI algorithm to scale images by 4x without losing quality.
I tried turning it into a vector in Illustrator, but the (high)lighting gradient makes it comes out looking rubbish.
That's what I though. But I tried https://letsenhance.io/ , and upscaling it 4x it literally looks like it was drawn in that resolution. I don't want to sound like an ad, but I'm pretty shocked. Still, it's artwork, photos probably have stricter rules.
I'll PM you with a link to both for comparison. I'm not sure if I'm glossing over anything.
Yeah, but all you're really doing when picking scaling algorithms for 1080p -> 4k is picking polish patterns for a turd. Short of having a neural network make things up, you're just trying to minimize damage and make it look as good as it would've on a 1080p display.
Probably not the solution you're looking for but I like the quality and ease of use I get with this service: https://letsenhance.io/ They have a batch function, so kind of pipelined. Not free, but really fast and high quality.
I used https://letsenhance.io/ to upscale the images. Material of the banner is PVC 510 g/m2. Size of the banners is 215 cm by 147 cm each. Shelves are 202cm high but you need some extra to make sure you can somehow hang them from the top of the shelf. I also let them make tunnels in the banner at the top and the bottom. I put steel bars in these tunnels so I could 1) put weights on the steel bar at the top to make sure the banner has enough weight on it and does not fall of the shelf and 2) make sure that there is some weight at the bottom so the banner remains nice and flat while suspended. It is also easy to roll up again from the bottom and put on top of the shelf when I want to see my books. Reason I did it was because me and my friends often gather in the same room for drinking and darts and wanted protection from the beer and other stuff flying around. There is no sunlight at all because the room is in my basement.
Image captured using the Liverpool telescope. More info here: https://telescope.livjm.ac.uk/About/
Exposure time: 3.00 seconds
Filter: HA + NDIII
Image then enhanced using https://letsenhance.io/
I can only speak for myself, but on newer MacBooks the pixel density is so high that 4K has become the new standard ‘minimum.’
Sometimes I use https://letsenhance.io to upscale 1080p wallpapers I like, though. And good photography makes up for a lot.
Facebook severely reduces the size/resolution of images posted to their site. Do you know who posted the picture? If so, maybe contact them to see if they have the full resolution image and can send it to you.
Otherwise, as somebody else already mentioned, there are websites that use AI (Artificial Intelligence) to create a higher resolution image that would be suitable for printing on a photo blanket. This site offers 5 free image upscales and looks like it may do what you need:
If you're looking for the original image I found a 1040x1520 version in this article https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2017/10/these-awesome-blade-runner-2049-posters-will-be-free-at-new-york-comic-con/amp/
Not on PC at the moment to search by image for higher res but using this website https://letsenhance.io/ I've enhanced it to 2080x3040 https://i.imgur.com/IV4Ow9f.jpeg
I'll try doing most of Dread's imagery over time but I'm pretty busy with studies
I'll put them here : https://flic.kr/ps/3XWwnz
I used letsenhance.io (5 allowed upscales without paying) and Topaz Sharpen mostly so if you have them you should be able to replicate it without problem
I order art prints of screenshots or concept art like this sometimes, and letsenhance.io works pretty well for me to increase the image resolution.
But yeah this looks like a screenshot from the "Last Wish" quest, maybe you can take a better one yourself?
Here is the link to the photos. The folder contains two versions of the photo, one is the original photo and the other is an AI-Upscaled version of it upscaled using lets-enhance.
10 examples using the "Fantasy Portal to" prefix.
Slightly enhanced using Let's Enhance. Enjoy!
I ran the promotional images through an online upsampling program (https://letsenhance.io/) and they turned out great. Thought some of the rest of you might want the higher-res versions for your own personal (and non-commercial) use.
> aggiunga pixel persi durante la compressione sulla base dei colori di quelli intorno
Questa descrizione descrive accuratamente anche l'interpolazione lineare, una tecnica che si usa dal medioevo credo.
Comunque googlando un pochino ho trovato pure qualche coso che promette di farlo online, tipo questo: https://letsenhance.io/
I used this website called letsenhance.io, it's pretty easy. You just pop an image in and it does the work in a couple minutes converting your image for 4k. It's not free tho, I'm using the free trial right now.
This pictures were enhanced by an AI upscale image online software, the site I used is: https://letsenhance.io/
It didn't ocurr to me to specify that when I create the post, I'm really sorry, but still, here is Zero Mission: https://www.reddit.com/r/Metroid/comments/o2pymv/metroid\_zero\_mission\_ending\_screensgallery\_ai/?utm\_source=share&utm\_medium=web2x&context=3
if you have an image and you want to enhance it, photopea is not the right tool, but there are other tools out there that may be able to help. (I recommend letsenhance.io)
if you're wondering if you can export a photopea project in such a way that it won't lose quality, I suggest looking into vector graphics and SVG.
AI solutions are probably your best bet to increase the size/resolution of the picture with minimal loss of quality. There are a few good ones out there, some with free trials.
Topaz Labs makes Gigapixel AI
There's also letsenhance.io
There are probably others too if those don't provide satisfactory results.
Hi there, I used letsenhance.io to upscale or enhance or... well, whatever you want to call it. The first image provided is the Original, and the second is the image produced by the website. If you have the ability to upscale or enhance better than the website, that's what I'm after. Thanks!
I have used 2 different AI softwares
The first software is called DeepAI (API made by Jason Antic) that can colourize the photo for free
The second one is called Lets Enhance and can do up to 5 images enhancing for free
The end result of using this two software is this
The quality would be diminished yes, although in situations where the viewer is standing further away, this can be less of an issue. Take billboards for example, they're quite large, but as they're meant to be viewed from a distance, the resolution can be much lower.
One solution i've tried is to use the 'Trace Image' tool in Adobe Illustrator, which converts your image into vectors. I've only had success with it for pictures with sharp edges and no blurring or blending, like logos or icons.
Lately i've been wondering if an artificial intelligence upscaler like letsenhance could be another solution? I've never personally printed an A.I upscaled image though, dunno what the risks are. I'm guessing you might get unintended smoothing in textured areas of your work.
I was bored and curious about AI upscaling, and ran the image through one, (LetsEnhance.io) a couple of times. I have to say that the results seem pretty good! The algorithm did introduce some detail that doesn't exist in the original image (the wings have a flaked paint/skin/veins texture, for example), and some of the blood spatter looks like blood mixing in with water instead of droplets on a dry surface. I uploaded it to imgur, you can check the result out here https://i.imgur.com/lZSyf5r.jpg
You can use something like Let's Enhance. The general task that you're looking to solve is often called image super resolution, and there have been some rather impressive deep learning based advancements in the past 5-10 years. Most of the methods that I've seen work best when increasing the resolution by 4-8x, image quality usually degrades if you go much farther than that.
more resolution = more details in image tracing
maybe try to increase the resolution by at least 4x or 8x
this website uses AI and does a pretty good job in enhancing images without losing quality or details:
Con 6400% de zoom veríai un puro color si les hacís zoom a una línea yo creo ajaja, una imagen se puede vectorizar en Illustrator o en Inkscape y luego lo guardas como svg, pero dependiendo de la complejidad de colores no va a quedar igual a como era antes.
También podriái tratar de subirle la resolución con alguna pagina como esta(gratis las primeras 5 imágenes) o software como waifu2x.
The original was pushing the limit of my upscaler at 3840x1080. 5120x1440 was just too much.
You could try using one of the paid AI upscalers like Let's Enhance or Deep Image. No promises 😄, just pick the one you like the most and hope for the best.
I found this website when I was doing some graphics earlier this year. https://letsenhance.io/v2/boost
Just sign in with your google account and u can up res any image 5 times for free (after that you have to use a different email or pay)
But yeah just drag and drop your image in, choose “smart enhance” and make the upscaling size “2x”, then hit start processing. Then you will get a better resolution image.
Obvs if you want it even higher res, do the exact same process but with your new higher resolution image and keep doing that until you get it to a high enough resolution.
Hope this help bro
Also your car is gunna look sick
So I have been playing around with astrophotography to create high detail images to use as desktop backgrounds. This image was produced from stacking 21 astrophotography shots using a program called Sequator and then using the site letsenhance.io to upscale and enhance the detail in the stars. I believe the AI upscaling is probably introducing artifacts and maybe even enhancing residual noise still left behind by the stacking process into fake stars but I believe the result looks good enough for a desktop background.
Here is the original + 21x stacked without the AI upscaling. https://imgur.com/a/ZgtZdjM
I am not actually very knowledgeable about astronomy yet, I know the Pleiades are in bottom right and Andromeda is in top middle, but there is something else to the right of Andromeda halfway to the edge of the image that I have no idea what it is.
Hi! I’m also a fabric seller on Etsy and other platforms. Some advice for your store, since you asked:
Remove the “furnishing fabrics” text. You’re selling fabric by the yard. List it as custom Floral/Aztec/etc.. fabric by the yard. People can use your fabric for much more than furniture, so you’re doing yourself a disservice by calling it furnishing fabric.
Enhance your listing photos. They look low resolution. You have nice fabric but the photos are sub-par. Either add a high res photo or use an online service like let’s enhance
To improve the appearance of your photos.
You have too many purchase options under each fabric listing. Fabric by the yard, curtains, cushions, etc. I would make sections in your store for FABRIC, CURTAINS, CUSHIONS and list them as separate items under each category. On the curtain listing show a photo of the curtain as the main pic, on the cushion listing show a cushion, etc..
Your product titles are confusing. Remove “digital printing” because it’s irrelevant and confusing to the buyer.
Search Etsy for “Etsy store banner” and find something clean and crisp that reflects you being a fabric seller (not a furnishings fabric seller). Buy the banner and shop photo from the Etsy seller and upload it. Remember 90%+ of your buyers are women. It’s the demographic of the platform and of your specific product. Your current branding is a bit dated.
I hope this is helpful feedback and not taken as an insult. Your store has a lot to offer, it just needs a few adjustments. Good luck!
Yup. I would suggest asking for an image with higher resolution or else you’ll be spending a lot of time retouching.
If you want to get technical, you could upscale it on let’s enhance up to 4x the original resolution. Hope that helps
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Not via photoshop without a quality reduction. You can't create accurate pixels out of thin air unless you are using a new AI solution, and even then it can be hit or miss.
letsenhance.io is one such AI upscaling solution.
Write that wrong, it's enhance.
>Seems like that victim Armenian was punched.
>You can't bend a skull, it's just swelling
>"Cerebral edema is when fluid builds up around the brain, causing an increase in pressure known as intracranial pressure. Swelling or inflammation is part of the body's natural response to injury. Edema refers to swelling due to trapped fluid, and it can happen anywhere in the body."
This is from a conversation that went between an Armenian and me. This is an effect caused by your body with any injury & stroke.
>Also, how do you enchant a photo? Are you a wizard?
There are free services exist that do that for you, but you can do it by yourself. Just upscale the photo and smoothen the sharp edges. That's what that services do automatically. The service I used was this.
To me personally the curtain makes the image feel like it should be racy, and like the curtains should be the only covering, the bra feel off to me because of that for some reason, because from a composition standpoint, the curtain is there to have some sort of covering, if the bra is there, there is no covering needed.
I know it is a flimsy covering, but I don't know, I think it's enough for me to respect it. It also might be because I think Murata has said that Fubuki might be a model as a side job, it really looks like a pin-up image, and I feel like braless is more appropriate there.
But who knows, I might just prefer it because I want to see her naked XD
I used https://letsenhance.io/ results weren't amazing, but were useful.
No luck tracking down the pad, or even the original image, but used an online enhancement site (https://letsenhance.io/v2/boost) to clean up the posted image after correcting the perspective a bit. Hopefully it helps you out.
LINK to image on Imgur.
This here great for enhancing images to make them print quality. https://letsenhance.io/
It uses AI, I've tried out a couple of times and it really is great. Only allows you to use it 5 times before you have to pay for it. But if you do it with a different email address you'll get another 5 free. What I would do is use tineye to find the largest file size you can of the image and then put it through let's enhance.
Upscaling is best done with an ai. I recommend Lets Enhance. You can do five images for free at either 4k or 8k resolution. Results will of course be better with the 4k enhancement.
I used to face this problem a while ago , To start with i performed some basic sanity checks using free tools like GTmetrix to see if all brakes are tight which solved most of my issues with speed
Look for below issues on your website using GT metrix
I used the website letsenhance.io. There are a few filter options, but the default seemed to give the best result. I tried a couple of other sites that all did ok increasing resolution, but none really cleared it up the way this one did.
Hey! To be honest, I just threw the photo into this "photo enhancer" I found on Google:
I think that because the artwork is meant to look like watercolor and not "real," the enhancer didn't have to do too much work, and just sharpened the edges and increased the resolution/photo size, and it really worked well.
Great explanation, but actually with the latest in machine learning image enhancement technology we now are able to upscale and regenerate low resolution video from the 90s. Expect to see 90s movies remastered to 8k in the near future. There are already services to upscale those old photos you took on an old camera phone or shitty digital camera like this one https://letsenhance.io
Honestly, I just googled online AI image enhancer and landed on https://letsenhance.io/
You can only do 5 images for free, but you can just sign up with a 10 minute email every time you need more. Or pay for it if you feel like it, I dunno live your life man.
I drew this only in this resolution (1920x1080), so I'm afraid, that you can't find higher resolution anywhere. But you can try online services, which can upscale images (like this)
Did they use an AI to increase the resolution? If not, you might look into using letsenhance to upscale the image up to 4x. They give new accounts 5 uses for free.
Generally speaking, you cant make gold out of a turd.
There are ways to upscale images using AI. The results may or may not satisfy you. There is services like https://letsenhance.io,
https://bigjpg.com or https://waifu2x.me that you could try.
Might wanna try some upscalers like letsenhance.io or waifu2x if you can't find a higher resolution version. There's Topaz Gigapixel if you're willing to shell out the cash for it as well.
I literally coded what you are talking about myself, taking averages of pixel RGB values (doesnt work i agree, just blurs).
I am talking about upscaling using machine learning (ex: https://letsenhance.io/). In my opinion it really does work even past 4x. Simply wondering anyone knew any good ones that aren't paid/free trial.
Probably a reference to newer ai powered tech that can actually do this somewhat comparably.
Art taken from Japanese card proxy, upscaled using LetsEnhance and vertically stretched a bit. Uncompressed PNG here.
It's a shame that Konami prohibited its artists to post their art online. They don't even credit their artists in the cards.
Honestly I feel like 5 edits per day for free is pretty decent. I've been using Let's Enhance on and off for years and I think you get 5 free per month: https://letsenhance.io/pricing
It varies by photo but pretty much what you've said above plus usually highlights since people like to take photos with the sun or light source directly behind the subject.
Older photographs usually tend to be too red/orange.
Most modern phones have fixed this problem by having a higher screen resolution but people think that a screenshot could be enlarged to any size with no loss of quality. On the flip side, overuse of filters has made printed photos look terrible.
For low quality photos, I've had some success using this site:
Upscale up to 480 megapixels
> still make it possible to send via gmail
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Well, I had the same problem
Firstly, u should find picture in any quality (just use google) - it will be the base.
Secondly, use one of the online services to make quality better. But sometimes AI do mistakes - just use Photoshop or same programs after improvement.
When I did my dakimakura, I used this service (it is free for 5 times, and it is enough).
Upscaled from this source with Let's Enhance and waifu2x
Here's the original upscale without the edit
You can, but it's better to start with as big an image as you can find.
You can double the size usually without too much fuzziness. You can also use something like Let's Enhance, but that will cost you (eventually).