Someone in our company is producing a commercial and he asked me for our logo. I sent him a PDF of a logo I created in Illustrator, so it's completely vector.
He now says he needs a bigger logo that is high res. I thought vector was always high res and that you can scale it as much as you want and it won't matter.
In After Effects, yes. In Premiere Pro, no. There is no continuous rasterizing function available. Best to do your work in After Effects and export a file with alpha for Premiere Pro.
He just asked me to scale it to fit 1280x720 aspect ratio. I have no idea what that translates to in inches or picas which is what I'm used to (sorry, my math skills are pathetic).
Do you know?
Create a 1280x720 comp, add your logo, scale to your satisfaction
then export a still image with an alpha channel.