Hello to you all.
i wonder how many of you have had the problem of footage aliasing in PP CS5.
the problem is that when I import FOOTAGE from my camera into PP cs5, it shows ALIASING at the edges. When I view the same footage on windows media player, the footage is clean and sharp, NO ALIASING. Also I tried importing the same footage in AFTER EFFECTS and again, the footage there is clean and nice, NO ALIASING at the edges. So it must be something wrong in Premiere CS5. !!!!!!! Anyone knows what am I doing wrong please or maybe there is a setting in PP that I`m missing? Graphics card I`m using is the GTX285, with 12 GB ram. Windows version of PP CS5.
Also another problem that is really FRUSTRATING me, is that when I render out from PP cs5, to quicktime with codec MPEG4 or other codec, the result of the render is with MICE TEETH at the edges. I have tried the de-interlacing option, although my footage is PAL and interlaced, but for the sake of the argument, I tried de-interlacing and still the problem is there and can`t solve it. ANY HELP PLEASE !!!!!!! so I dont swallow as many sedatives as i`m swallowing now !!!!!
thanks for your kind assistance guys.
Right click on your preview screen and check the playback resolution.
Sounds like you're exporting interlaced video and viewing on a computer monitor. If exporting for Web viewing, use progressive.
Thanks for your advice, but play back resolution is FULL and yes I`m exporting interlaced footage. The thing is that when I import the footage
it comes out to show in PP with aliasing. When in After Effects it doesn`t.
I`m not exporting to web.
Any more suggestions please.?
The quality of the footage is ok. In fact as mentioned already, when I import the same footage in after effects, it`s clear, sharp and nice. It`s in PP that is showing aliasing. Can it be from the graphics card settings? I`m sure that this has something to do with PP.
yes the sequence settings match, since I`m using PAL 720x576 interlaced.
I think that there might be some settings that are loosing my sight or the graphics card which is effecting PP.
is it this possible that NO ONE ever had this problem ?????....what about the "MICE TEETH" at the edges of footage when I render out and make a video file....in full resolution PAL.???? hOW CAN i GET RID OF THESE MICE TEETH....????
Show us some screen grabs of the problem.
Tell us what camera and source footage you are having issues with.
I have never heard of the issue you are having ....In fact ...first time I have ever heard the term ":mouse teeth" applied to footage!
It`s in PP that is showing aliasing.
Well, the honest answer here is, "Who cares?" The monitors in any editing software are there to allow you to see the content. They should not be used to judge quality. For that, always use a properly calibrated external TV of the highest quality you can afford.
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