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Poorly rendered titles in PE 11

May 8, 2013 1:24 PM

Tags: #quality #titles #poor #premiere_elements_11

I'm trying to put together a short video, but the titles are coming out with fuzzy edges. They look great on the computer monitor during the edting process, but are significantly degraded after rendering. I've been using solid color backgrounds. of black and Royal Blue. I've been using PE since version 1.0 and have never had this problem before.
I have this program (2 purchases) installed on a Windows 8 64-Bit OS with 16 g of memory, and a good graphics card, as well as a Win7 32-bit laptop with 4 gigs of RAM. This video is less than 5 minutes long, but it's important.

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    May 8, 2013 5:14 PM   in reply to MattK74

    I have the same problem and would really like a solution.  Can anyone help us?

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    May 8, 2013 6:53 PM   in reply to MattK74



    I am just starting to look at your issue. Could you clarify certain aspects of your details.


    1. Is the problem only with Premiere Elements 11 on Windows 8? And, are you saying the you have two copies of Premiere Elements 11 (different S/N) on Windows 8 64 bit and both are giving you the same problem when the programs are being used separately? How does Window 7 32 bit factor into this? Do you have at least one version of Premiere Elements 11 installed on Windows 7 32 bit, and is it giving you the same problem as Premiere Elements 11 on Windows 8 64 bit?


    2. To what rendering are you referring?

    They look great on the computer monitor during the edting process, but are significantly degraded after rendering


    Are you referring to create the titles, red line over titles but titles looking good in monitor...and then rendering the Timeline and the titles looking badly "degraded" after render, line over Timeline now green?


    Are you saying that the rendered Timeline looks good, and that it is only after export that the titles degrade in the playback of the export using your player? If this is the case, what is the export and what are your export settings details?


    Either way, I will give the issue a first hand look in Premiere Elements 10 Windows as I await details. Again, the answers are in the details.





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    May 9, 2013 7:03 AM   in reply to MattK74



    I plan to look at this issue today unless I get detoured.


    I may have missed it, but could you confirm:


    Project Preset

    Properties of Source Media

    Burn to Dialog: Space Required and Bitrate with DVD disc in DVD burner tray and just prior to hitting Burn


    What are you selecting as the burn to DVD-VIDEO on DVD preset....NTSC or PAL and Standard or Widescreen. If possible could you give the name(s) of one or more DVD templates that have failed to be satisfactory in one of the Premiere Elements 11 Windows problematic projects.


    I am just a Premiere Elements user such as yourself. I have an overactive troubleshooting gene. So, when I see a question such as yours and I seem to be getting good results with Premiere Elements 11 for this type of project, it catches my curiosity and nudges me to seek why. I will also try to include a comparative look at versions 11 and 10 in this regard since you mentioned a possible fall back to version 10 for this type of project.





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    May 9, 2013 7:37 AM   in reply to MattK74



    Sorry, I thought that this was a DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc Widescreen and titles basic issue. Nonetheless, I will look at the export that you cite.


    Also, I would still like to keep the project preset in the equation. In version 11, the program is taking control over setting the project preset instead of you doing that in the new project dialog.


    a. Let us check to see what the program is selecting, its default, NTSC AVCHD Full 1080i30 or other? To do that, please go to Edit Menu/Project Settings and let us know the readout there.


    b. What is on that Timeline that you exporting, that is, properties of the source media? And what is your export route, something like Publish+Share/Computer/AVCHD





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    May 15, 2013 12:44 PM   in reply to MattK74



    I have been getting copied on these e-mails/posts and have finally had

    time to work through the posted solutions.  I had been experiencing the

    same issues as described.  I am very new to Adobe Premiere Elements 11.  It

    seems so easy to use that I mistakenly just jumped in and made a video.

    That's when I got the fuzzy text outputs etc.  I purchased a copy of  " Adobe

    Premiere Elements 11 - Classroom in a Book, The Official Training Workbook

    from Adobe Systems" and after working through the posted solutions and

    reading the first two chapters I have resolved the issues I was having.

    Most of them were caused by my ignorance.  One however was caused by a

    default setting that Premiere uses.  When you open a new project, Premiere

    "simply uses the project setting preset from the previous project".  Or it

    uses the settings best suited to the first clip imported to the project.

    If you are adding multiple video types, they may not all be compatible with

    the setting for either the previous project or with the settings for the

    first clip added.  The information contained in the first two

    chapters of the aforementioned book really explains this quite well.

    I highly recommend it to any new users.  It, along with all of the posts,

    really helped me.


    Many thanks, Barb

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