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Convert poor image quality to a high definition image with editable text
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Flynne
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May 17, 2020 - 10:46 am
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Hello

Is there any method or application which will convert a poor image quality file to a high definition image file with editable text ?

Please advise .

John Winney

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Jim Hillier
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Hey John,

The editable text part is pretty easy but I don't believe it's possible to successfully convert a low-res image to hi-def. That said, there are a number of sites that claim to be able to do just that, you can check them out by clicking these links:

https://letsenhance.io/
https://digitalsynopsis.com/design/apps-to-convert-low-res-images-to-high-res/

Your best bet for adding editable text is a screen capture tool with built-in editor, PicPick is probably the best option: https://picpick.app/en/download/

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Hello Jim

Thank you for your prompt reply.

I will explore your suggestions with the sites provided and let you know how I get on.

Is vectorisation a possiblity ?

Thanks

John Winney

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Don't know a lot about vector graphics John. It would depend entirely on what type of image you are working with. Family photos and landscapes, for example, would not lend themselves to converting to vector. Vector graphics are more suited to decals, logos, clipart, tattoos, etc.

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Hello Jim

Thanks for your comment.

You have been most informative.

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John Winney

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No worries John, anytime.

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Hi John,

You could try Ashampoo as there are a variety of photography apps available and one I saw a few days ago was an app to reduce the blur in photos.
If your interest is in multimedia then you can sign up for their regular newsletter of products, new products and good deals.

https://www.ashampoo.com/en/usd

Trusting you find a solution to your requirements.

Regards,

JoninOz

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