Digitalising the VHS, and then changing the quality of 480 pixel up to [most likely] 2160 pixels.
To be honest, I didn't know that was possible directly from digitalising VHS.
Oh creating pixels. Got it.
Essentially that's right. Someone's used some gizmo to fake a bunch of pixels based on what the software thinks should be there. Effectively adding a bunch of noise that was never there to begin with &, in doing so, making the file freaking enormous with no actual gain whatsoever.
This was my upload everyone 😅 It was captured with my s-vhs player with s-video at 720x480. it is a bit redundant posting it at 4k but I just want people to enjoy it as close to the vhs as possible. When I uploaded it to YouTube at 1080p I could see pixels on my tv during brighter shots so I rendered it at 2160p, supposedly 4k video on YouTube preserves audio bitrate as well but I haven't tested it. I have changed the title since I didn't know the definition of upscale 😅