I am about to create the title sequence for my film project and have given me this in Photoshop a nice title screen (720 x 576 pixels stored) and as a TIFF. The Picture for the header simply consists of a black background and red lettering. If I now import Picture in Premiere, you immediately notice the grainy pixels on the script. It works extremely ragged. This effect is not synonymous disappears when you export the movie (by the way with the normal PAL DV codec). Now I have searched the forum for a solution and read, that applying a blur filter to help. This was synonymous to work, the frayed edges of the letters are largely gone. But there is still a problem. In the finished (exported) film that is red with the letters strange thin black lines crossed. Say, the color is "red" unclean in the final film shown. I have found that this effect is pronounced differently for different players. He will perform at "Windows Media Player" on more than the "VLC Media Player".
Test, I have the movie with "Nero Vision Express" into the DVD format is converted, there are now affected more strongly the edges frayed. It is really crying for. Perhaps even someone of you tell me how I can avoid such effects.
Antwort von Wiro:
The color "red" is garbled in the final film
Hello, since you are the first problem was with the red face in video. Especially planar Red is the most critical (longest wavelength as) Color that you can do to you. You should use it, especially in writings. Thou shalt Rotschriften in prof. No videos found. Sometimes they occur in advertising, because they are not, however, with computer generated, but with uncompressed 4:4:4-material.
Remedy: Red replaced by something else. Preferably, a light gray (RGB at 235) and with approx 85% opacity. If for some reason, it definitely has to be red, then also reduce the opacity and then live with the outcome. Any further compression (eg DVD-MPEG) worsened the outcome.
Another thing I noticed, has nothing to do with the color red, but mglw. with the fraying. If you have created with the graphics 720x576, in PS, the PAR must be set to DV (m. W. is only s.CS possible). You just build where you have to take 768x576 with square pixels. Otherwise, your writing is distorted and it occurs fraying. Gruss Wiro
Antwort von Markus:
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