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Premiere export uncompressed AVI: blurred fonts + artifacts



Frage von flashback_2001:
Dezember 2008

Hello.
Have a movie with Premiere as uncompressed AVI (AVI-> no compression) rendered. Incomprehensibly writings are all blurred and small artifacts. I wonder why?
Have a couple of animated fonts with AE and gebastelt as QT animation exported. Qualitest is on top, so writing and edges are sharp. Premiere seems somehow the fonts when exporting to AVI zerschießen, although I no compression applied. Have synonymous Progressive output and still opitmieren activated.

What is this problem?



Antwort von Debonnaire:

Export a few stills from the film, so that we can see your problem!



Antwort von nahmo:

Hello,

know the problem. I have no artifacts, but the script loses after exporting significantly s.Schärfe. Use black ink on white ground. Perhaps the contrast is too high.

Synonymous but have found that different player the picture or the written differently sharp play.

Bin for instructions in this case synonymous very grateful.

Gruß,

nahmo








Antwort von Sammura:

This issue, I had already synonymous and could, if unconventional synonymous, resolve as follows:

The title simply with a video effect prove that you can not see. I know, sounds strange, but it works.

I would be interested if it has worked.



Antwort von RickyMartini:

The PAL-filter, the fonts back into the current video color hiefen.
If you use a digicam images in a video with no color adjustment, it is synonymous with artifacts and false.



Antwort von flashback_2001:

Hello. I am sending here times 2 screenshots of my problem. Please click on the thumbnails, only then it will be clear.

I play both the videos with Media Player Classic from. The QT format is on top, while AVI unkompr. is the font verpixelt. Probably noticed, the AVI is not compressed. Theoretically should s.der nix Qualiflyer change.

The trick video effect on the title does not synonymous, because the title I do not use Premiere. The font is part of an animated film that I have produced in AE. That means I import the entire video in a premiere.

BTW, there are at Premiere perhaps synonymous to 'interpret footage' as in AE? That could be synonymous to a solution approach.

Has anyone else a suggestion?



Antwort von flashback_2001:

"RickyMartini" wrote:
The PAL-filter, the fonts back into the current video color hiefen.
If you use a digicam images in a video with no color adjustment, it is synonymous with artifacts and false.


Where can I find this filter? Do what is found under Video Effects / video / broadcast colors. Because you can adjust color PAL. The font is still verpixelt. I think the problem is not so much with PAL color to do. The color in the exported video is in order.

For comparison I have the whole again in Premiere as QT animation exported. Same result: Font verpixelt! If all I do with AE, there remains a sharp script. So it is not the video codec or container. Seems to be the premiere of the video with a bad script to import it.

Suggestions?



Antwort von Debonnaire:

Btite invite the screenshots again high. This time, however, in its screengeshotteten 100% scaling, otherwise provides for the supposedly synonymous SHARP version verpixelt from.

To "interpret footage in Premiere Pro: Voices for the format and quality of the clips from After Effects with the settings of your project on the PP? What did you just exported from AE and to what a PP-Project is exactly?



Antwort von flashback_2001:

"Debonnaire" wrote:
Btite invite the screenshots again high. This time, however, in its screengeshotteten 100% scaling, otherwise provides for the supposedly synonymous SHARP version verpixelt from.


The screenshots are scaled to 100% because it is PAL resolution (720x576) is. When I click on full scale, I see it in the screen resolution (1440x900), and then of course, to the sharp writing blurred. I think on both screenshots the problem is easily seen.

To your question. Premiere Project is DV PAL (1.067). The clips from AE have the same resolution, that is synonymous with PAL aspect ratio of 1.067. It can not lie. Interpret footage in Premiere brings nix synonymous, because the project and the resolution Resolutionder Animtion identical.

Wat now?



Antwort von Debonnaire:

I notice on the following:
The section of your actual movie screen in the two screenshots in the file''vor_render.jpg "750x600 pixels and the file" nach_render.jpg "the correct 720x576 pixels, which is the PAL Resolutionentspricht. It is sometimes strange, huh?

When I picture the film of "vor_render.jpg" scale to PAL (in Photoshop), then looks like Picture attached, which is visually closer to "nach_render.jpg" lies! That it does not look exactly alike, may be because Photoshop scaled differently than PP. But it is worse than your original "vor_render.jpg" is obvious!

Somewhere you have a worm in your pipeline and / or your workflow of AE after PP. There seems to be a resolution difference alternatives. Check again the size of your composition and your render output in AE, if the correct REALLY PAL Resolutionbesitzt!



Antwort von flashback_2001:

Have a different way. I import the Premiere project in AE and export out of there as uncompressed AVI. The result is sharp, fonts are sharp, no visible quality loss.

A pity that Premiere fonts not properly exported. So I probably will always go through AE.



Antwort von Debonnaire:

Certainly a useful, if synonymous (unnecessarily) complicated (bypass) solution, but I think that in your workflow even more was a mistake. Read my last time, please reply with the Annex and tell me where is the hook! If I could (and perhaps other synonymous) have been interested in!








Antwort von flashback_2001:

Hi. I post the screenshots again. The latest was the Resolutionunterschiedlich because one directly from the media player and the second came from the desktop.

So, I have the animation videos Resolutiondes again reviewed. The AE composition PAL DV (720x576p, AR 1.067) and the render settings synonymous. Did the exported file again checked with GSpot: also 720x576p, AR 1.067. The project settings for the premiere project is synonymous 720x576p, AR 1.067. So everything is correct. Where the fault lies, I can not say synonymous. I suspect that when importing Premiere zerschießt something. Why - No clue!

Let's assume that the premiere would Resolutiondes clips interpreted with square pixels, also with a Resolutionvon 760x576p. Then the Scripture according to the Import window, stretched in the project, which is not the case. Apart from that not explained why the script is suddenly blurred and artifacts aufweist.

There seems a bug of some alternatives, which is not logically explain. The detour via AE is therefore no absolute solution, but rather a stopgap measure. I would much rather synonymous, directly after cutting from Premiere to export.

Sometimes you just detours on the goal ...
Gruß Oli



Antwort von Debonnaire:

I am sure that is quite normal as you would imagine would work correctly! Just like I am now no one more times with same company, if you did not were able to give us accurate and similar illustrative material posted here to provide. Good luck!



Antwort von flashback_2001:

"Debonnaire" wrote:
I am sure that is quite normal as you would imagine would work correctly! Just like I am now no one more times with same company, if you did not were able to give us accurate and similar illustrative material posted here to provide. Good luck!


Debonnaire Sorry, I can with the statement does not start. Illustrative material suits + I have the problem and the factors described sufficiently.

To all of the community:
Do you know this problem that imported videos with animated scriptures after export from premiere to be blurred (even when uncompressed AVI)? If yes, how did you solved the problem?




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