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the problem is:

theoretically multiple video sources could have differing visual data that when combined could improve the image quality / clarity. for example two DVDs from different regions. I've seen a proliferation in both video software advertising AI usage and video releases of composited videos attempting to improve fidelity.

my question is; to anyone's knowledge, is there software smart enough to identify the quality differences in two source videos (e.g. where one video contains blocking and one does not) and take that into account when compositing for an improved picture?

per one individual's experience they "use Adobe After Effects and I lay the higher quality video on top of the lower quality video. It doesn't utilize available info between the two. I have to manually clean them up."

doing a search, Blender and openshot are pretty much the only video compositing software I saw recommended but checking out the blender site I couldn't find much documentation on compositing with their software and I'm not sure openshot's idea of compositing is what I had in mind.

I recognize this is perhaps a stretch but also presumably something growing more likely with passing time. any and all help is greatly appreciated, thank you!

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