Hello, I have a strange issue with CS 5.5. I have a 3 minute video that has 3 titles in it. All were created with After Effects. One of them however, although it is perfectly smooth within the viewer premiere, becomes aliased and blocky after being exported. I'm using 1080p 24 h.264 as my export. The other tites are fine, but for some reason this one is aliased. What can I do to trouble shoot this?
I've been exporting the movie from Premiere, the titles are imported into Premiere directly from an After Effects project. Are you sugesting I open the Premiere project in After Effects and export from there?
Ok, I exported the after effects comp as quicktime with "best settings" for my render settings. The quicktime file itself plays back fine without any aliasing.
I went back into premiere and reexamined the text in the viewer, and it turns out that the text in question is indeed aliased within premiere, so the problem must be something within premiere. The viewer shows the file perfectly fine without any aliasing, but the program window(showing my sequence) displays the same text but aliased. I will include a screenshot of this:
the program window(showing my sequence) displays the same text but aliased.
How it appears inside of PP is not relevant. Those monitors are only for seeing content, you should never use them to judge quality.
For quality control, you need a properly calibrated TV, not a computer moniitor. That's why I suggested burning a BR-RE.
I disagree, it is absolutely relevant, since the problem with the title in question only appears once said title has been placed in the sequence timeline, and remains in any export of said sequence. All other titles placed in this sequence have been created in the exact same way in after effects, and imported the exact same way into premiere. As I posted in my screenshot in an earlier reply, the title is fine by itself, but when placed within the timeline it becomes blocky.
I'm not finding the blu-ray option relevant to this issue because a. The video is intended to be viewed via computer and not via tv and b. I do not own a blu-ray recording drive.
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