Hi, All -
I was originally complaining(?) about "grainy" videos - and it appears that "blurry" videos are entering the topic. But, no, the two are distinct, to me. I'm compiling a list of the "worst grainy videos" (in my opinion) as I work through, so there'll be another document (maybe in 7-10 days) to go with the already emailed to sepulte about three days ago.
As mentioned in the email, grainy videos, to me, do no good when it comes to analyzing excellent, detailed videos like this one: https://s3.amazonaws.com/alz.bucket/r/az_ea0e348abe994e79abbf0c8215b899d2/az_ea0e348abe994e79abbf0c8215b899d2.mp4
I would save the grainy videos for another, say, introductory category of analysis.
((Blurry movies is another topic.))