Hobbyist Denis Shiryaev is back at it again, and this time, he’s upscaled footage of Amsterdam, Netherlands in 1922, with plenty of crowds and even a few shots of its famous canals. To accomplish this, neural networks boosted the footage to 60 frames per second, upscaled video to 4K, improved video sharpness, stabilized everything, and then last, but not least, added some color. Read more for the video.
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