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Blurry Titles in Premiere CS6

Jan 11, 2013 12:35 PM

Tags: #premiere #graphics #in #cs6 #titles #blurry

Is Adobe doing anything to correct the problems that Premiere CS6 has when creating titles that look great until they are rendered, at which point they become blurry...titles created in Photoshop and/or AfterEffects render out the same way in Premiere.

 
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    Jan 11, 2013 12:40 PM   in reply to WeatherExtreme

    I dont get that issue ...and I do a lot of titles for broadcast TV.

     

    I suspect its something that you are doing wrong.

     

    Tell us what you are doing  and post some examples. eg screen grabs.

     
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    Jan 11, 2013 1:15 PM   in reply to WeatherExtreme

    Cant see  your screen shots or links.

     

    I've also tried created the titles in Photoshop, and 

    in AfterEffects to see if that would make any difference and it didn't

    .  Creating titles isn't exactly a difficult process, not sure what I

    and the all the others "could be doing" wrong.

     

    You need to explain and walk us through how you create your titles so we can see what you are doing .  (and you and the others are doing something wrong to get a bad result).

     

     

    As we speak...I am working on 4 (HD) TVCs and the numerous titles and graphic assets are coming in from PPRo Titler, AEFX, PhotoShop and Illustrator.   As you say ..its not a difficult process ...but there is a workflow and technique to follow for best results.

     

    Question- are you scaling / sizing up any of the "titles" once you have them in PPro?

     
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    Jan 11, 2013 1:33 PM   in reply to WeatherExtreme

    Attachments to email replies are not retained. To post images you must use the forum website.

     
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    Jan 11, 2013 2:05 PM   in reply to WeatherExtreme

    I don't have this issue either.  My white over black titles come out perfect, and look the same whether I create them in PP, AE or Photoshop (and I do use all three pretty regularly).

     
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    Jan 11, 2013 3:10 PM   in reply to WeatherExtreme

    I cant see the screen shots you made. 

     

    Thats a worry in itself! 

     

     

    Somehow find a way to tell us your Render Settings.

     
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    Jan 11, 2013 3:16 PM   in reply to WeatherExtreme

    Whats a blog space?

     

    Insert them directly into a post using the Picture Tool  (little camera icon)

     
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    Jan 11, 2013 5:00 PM   in reply to WeatherExtreme
    I'm happy for you, but it doesn't solve the problem, that not only I am having.

     

    My comment wasn't mean to solve the issue, only to provide hope that a solution is possible.  This issue isn't normal.

     

    As for adding pictures, you need to log into the Adobe forums through your browser:

     

    http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere/premierepro_current?view=di scussions&start=0

     

    Once logged in, you can post replys and add images.

     

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    Jan 11, 2013 9:13 PM   in reply to WeatherExtreme

    Here is a simplest workflow using the PPro Titler to generate a title.

     

    ie. Create a Title on a White, Black and Alpha BG.s  ( alpha is the centre section)

     

    The samples show screen grabs of the process plus a frame that is grabbed from an H264 HD 1080p Export playing in Windows Media Player.

     

    Everything is at  Default Setting.

     

    I doubt you can see much difference between any of them and no loss or blur on the "export" in the WMV player. Last frame bottom right.

     

    BW-Graphic-test.png

    Top left Titler Grab

    Top Right Full Screen Program Monitor Grab ( Tilde Key Shortcut)

    Bottom Left Source Monitor Grab - (Full rez)

    Bottom Right - Screen Grab - Playback from WMV Player - H264 1080p file ( YouTube Preset)

     

    You still not have told us your export settings or any settings for that matter!

    (Makes it difficult to work out what you are doing without that info.)

     
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    Jan 12, 2013 9:58 AM   in reply to WeatherExtreme

    "Very old" suggests standard definition.  Yet you're exporting in high definition.  That will cause image degradation.  Don't do that.

     
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    Jan 25, 2013 7:01 AM   in reply to WeatherExtreme

    I'm having the exact same issue with the Premiere Titler.

     

    Please see attached frame export from Premiere. 1280x720p.

     

    Perplexing. Any workarounds for this? I like the workflow of the Titler but the blurriness really bothers me. I create technical animations that look nice and crisp; I don't want the titles to take away from that.

    Sequence 010.jpg

    Thanks

     

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