thats never happen to me. do you have your settings on full or a fraction?
there is a software called mpgstremclip out there thts free.
you can down res with it
For starters, never use Premiere Pro's internal monitors to judge the quality of an image. That's not what they're for. Export out the demo reel to a DVD and watch it on a properly calibrated TV. If you see a problem under those conditions, report back.
Hello. Thanks for the reply, but since this will likely only ever be played via computer on vimeo or youtube, I think I'd better focus on that. She uploaded the video which I made by following the h.264 youtube SD export settings. It's below if you'd like to take a quick look. Will only take about 30 seconds to see what's going on. The first clip was given to me and I think it looks fairly good, but then 20 seconds in you'll see the footage I shot, and all I did was put the original .mov footage from my dslr into the timeline and scaled to frame size to make it fit, and it just looks awful. Totally loses any crispness and appears quite blurry.
Hope the link can help. thanks.
Hi. thanks for the reply. Would you mind explaining the full or a fraction mention from your post? Sorry, I don't know what that means so maybe that could be the solution if I know more about it. Thanks!