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Video compression techniques may yield visually annoying artifacts for limited bitrate coding. In order to improve video quality, a multi-frame based motion compensated filtering algorithm is reported based on combining multiple pictures to form a single super-resolution picture and decimation to the desired format. The algorithm is applied to H.264/AVC decoded sequences and the processing involves a quality estimation based on picture type and local quantization value. Compared with directly decoding, the peak signal to noise ratio (PSNR) of the sequence obtained by the proposed algorithm is improved, and annoying ringing artifacts are effectively suppressed.