[QUOTE=harley2ride;2170103]You can’t actually improve on the quality of a video. You can use various filters to make it to where it isn’t quite so bad. Your best bet at correcting contrast/lighting, would be to use something like Adobe Premiere, which actually has a LEVELS adjustment which allows you to adjust the dark tones, mid tones, and light tones, separately. Other softwares just have contrast and brightness adjustments, which in many cases make things look worse than better.
As for the pixleation, I don’t know of anything that will fix that.[/QUOTE]
Thanks for that I do have adobe Photo shop which also allows you to alter dark,mid and light tones. I didn’t know Adobe have a program for video as well so will look it up.