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How to get rid of pixels in my video?


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Hello to all it's been a long time since I needed help thanks to google, youtube, and everything else out there lol anyway let me cut to the chase... As some of you know facebook lets you download your profile to your computer which includes wall posts, photos videos etc.
Well back in high school I shot these little 3-4 minute videos on my old Venus LG phone but sadly now that I look back on them the quality is all pixelated and blocky not smooth at all.
So i tried converting them to mkv best quality possible and other formats changing setting to 1080p and even making bitrate 9000 etc.
I have Toast Titanium 11 and am trying to see if anyone can help me get rid of the pixels in my video if possible. If not with toast titanium then any other program. I read online the process is called deblocking I googled and even youtubed this and nothing comes up for mac.
Video info if it helps
Kind MPEG-4 Movie
Size 776 KB
Dimensons 176 x 144
Codecs H.264 , AAC
Duration 0:50
Audio Channels 1
Total bit rate 121

All help is appreciated thanks in advance

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Dimensons 176 x 144
This is the issue. You shot the video on an old phone that produced crappy video.

There's absolutely nothing you can do about this. The video will look reasonably good if you resize your viewer to be 176x144 pixels or smaller, otherwise it will look ... um, crappy.

Sorry.

(believe me this is exactly how I feel whenever someone shows a VHS tape on a FullHD TV)
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haha darn it =/ well here's to 176x144 pixels and or smaller thanks Chas_m
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