I am making a graphic video for the first time. It is a doll, and I want its arms and legs to move seperately. I created the doll in Adobe illustrator (is that already a mistake?). And saved it as an .ai file. Then imported it into after effects and made the movements. Checked the box: continuously rasterize and then rendered the movie clip.
Imported the movie clip into Premiere Pro and added sound. But here the quality was some much lower then when I first created the vector into Illustrator. What did I do wrong or what didn't I do? Any tips?
In AE I added the clip to the render que and exported it with the standard settings. I just checked it says: best settings / lossless. But when I press on it it gives the format .AVI. With 25 frames. Is that the problem?
In PP the export setting were H 264, 25 frames and progressive.
It's most likely an issue with your sequence / composition settings (Resolution, fps, and progressive/interlaced ). Make sure they are the same throughout.
In AE: Composition settings & Render setting
In PP: Sequence settings & Render setting
Premiere Pro can automatically create the sequence with the right settings using the rendered AE file. Just select New - > sequence from clip.
And when rendering, make use the input & output settings are the same.
Hope this helps.