Premiere Pro is better at scaling up than AE. There are 3rd party solutions that also give you some better results. Your success depends on the original footage. Lots of high contrast detail = not much success.
What resolution??? 4K footage is available from many sources but it's more expensive. Also, make sure that the project really needs to be that big. Make sure you know how it will be displayed.
Any scaling beyond 130% is guaranteed to show artifacts, especially when its based off already compressed footage and has lots of motion. That is true even for still images, though with elaborate procedures and commercial up-rez plug-ins you can go pretty high up to 500% sometimes... Still, moving stuff is a different beast alltogether. On the other hand we're approching the topic of "resolution" vs. actual dimensions as common in print production. anything viewed froim a distance will require "larger" pixels than something viewed from up close, so even if you scale the content, it may actualyl look okay because it will be perceived as just HD... Impossible to know exactly since you didn't provide any info where it's going to be used etc....
Ok, thank you for the reply!
Have to check Premier pro option up, altought Ae is more familiar.
Maybe i could export it back to Ae after modifying it in Premier.
I tought to pick this one up, it is amazing! (or something similar)
Reso of the base will be about 3200* 768, the led- video wall is exact the same size.
What do yout think, could i manage with the footage on this size?
Now when i tought about it, it is P12.5 inch led screen, so the details wont be so lucid!
The media solution gonna be led-video wall P12.5, so the pic is not that accurate.
Reso of the base will be about 3200* 768.
And the footage is something like this http://footage.shutterstock.com/clip-2208901-stock-footage-close-appro ach-to-waterfall-by-boat-milford-sound-fjord-south-island-new-zealand. html
What do you think, with these starting points?
P.s. Do you know any other good video stock sites?
We could invest more for purchased video if there is good options?
What do they use in Holywood? ;D ..