Friday, September 14, 2012

Blurity Fixes Blurry Photos, Will Also Expose Hoaxers


We've seen this type of deblurring technique used by Adobe who plans on releasing the filter in future releases of Photoshop, but did you know there's another deblurring software that's already out there that you can try for free? If you're into debunking hoaxers and "dogman" photographs, Blurity will "enhance" any image and will remove the blur with just a few clicks. You can try out the restricted free version (with embedded watermark) if you want to take it for a spin before you buy the full version for $39.

Check out this video that shows Blurity being used to remove the blur from a blurry photo of a hockey goalie.



27 comments:

  1. I can't wait to try this on so many You Tube videos/photos! LOL. blurry images will start to get taken down by these phoney researchers. Thankfully.
    Or better yet, maybe it will enhance some pictures that are authentic?

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    1. Lol you just said "authentic" while talking about Bigfoot photos.

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  2. i have a feeling that this software is either your saving grace or it will crush your dreams

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    1. It's not a saving grace. It will EXPOSE the footers for the farce they are. They'll have to come up with a new tactic that veils.

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    2. Expose me...

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=viZuc_XvRnM&feature=g-upl

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    3. That video is so shaky it's virtually worthless. Maybe with some stabilization, it might not be. But as it is, it is unwatchable. Sorry.

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    4. That was the clearest video of a Bigfoot Ojibwe.The best part was when Bigfoot stepped out into the clearing and did his best impression of Michael Jacksons moonwalk.

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  3. Shawn you still a JACK ASS>..

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  4. Watch. Now bigfoot will "change" again to fit footers expectations. No more blurry pics! Instead we will see more "tree peeks" and alit more wood knocking! Anything to avoid detection in the cult of bighoaxing

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  5. Apparently you aren't following the science journals. There is a massive study going through pier review right now, proving Bigfoot are real, and that they are a missing link in human evolution. Hair samples, blood, and slabs of Sasquatch meat were used in the DNA study. From 20 separate individuals from across America.

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    1. Which "science journals" are these and where can I find them?

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    2. Robert Lindsay's blog is not a science journal

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  6. This "Blurity" video has been confirmed as a hoax. The goalie stood motionless for 2 pictures to be taken, one intentionally blurry and then seconds later a clear one.

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    1. Not true, its been confirmed on 5 points. Just look at that Mid tarsal break!

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    2. I've seen the Adobe filter in person and it does work. But we will need to wait for that one.

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  7. It would be pretty funny if it took BF pics and changed them to large pixels...from blurry Squatch to pixelated Squatch.

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  8. Does it only work on digital photos, or can the software be applied to older film?

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    1. The Adobe filter works by recreating the motion of the camera when the photo was taken then reveres it. It won't do anything for a out of focus camera. I don't see any reson it wouldn't work with a scanned image.

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  9. A blob is still a blob - it there isn't any detail to begin with then you'll only end up with a sharper image of a blob. And 99.9999999% of bigfoot pics are just that - blobs.

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  10. WOW.Not really what I expected for comments on a blog with this name.Angry bunch aren't you.The other threads are vicious.
    I might just like it here.

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    1. WELCOME! Pop a squat(ch?) and stay a while! :)

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  11. THIS PROGRAM IS A PIECE OF SHIT!!! DON'T PAY THE $39 ACTIVATION FEE BECAUSE IT WILL "NOT" EDIT ALL PHOTOS AND IT'S NOT COMPATIBLE WITH ALL COMPUTERS.

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  12. So Bigfoot plays goal? I always saw him as more the stay at home defenceman type.

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