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MIT has done some work on this, you have already found it: https://cs.nyu.edu/~fergus/research/deblur.html , and indeed it points to Matlab code. There exist open source replacements for Matlab, but not if you also need expensive image processing libraries. Beware, de-blurring is a de-convolution, essentially a high-pass filter. Any noise and compression ...


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As a workaround, try saving as TIF, with layers, selecting ZIP compression for the image and for the layers. The file is about the same (large) size as a PSD, and Windows 10 Explorer shows a flattened thumbnail as expected (incorporating all the layers). When you open the TIF file with Photoshop, it appears with layers intact, just as if it had been saved as ...


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