I'm trying to get an EPS logo to appear sharp on a white background in the titler. The text of the logo appears blown out in that some of the bolder elements of the font appears but the weaker, thiner lines are blown out or whited out.
I recently had a another logo that needed to go on a white background because it also had a black font but I was eventually able to correct the same apparent problem. I can't remember what I did and when I look at that previous title - created in a different sequence, I cannot detect a tell-tale factor in settings.
So, I think this should be correctable. I have transformed the logo/title to conform to the video.
Any insights on this?
I'll now answer my own question for the benefit of others.
You need to scale-up the size of the EPS fairly large in Illustrator and then scale it back down to suitable size in Premiere's titler.
Premiere does not rasterize/rerasterize the image when resizing it. By doing what I did, the text of the logo is nice and sharp.
PP can't work with vector graphics, so it actually rasterizes it upon import. From there it's at a fixed resolution.