Do your images have 'Straight' or 'Premultiplied' alpha?
If they're 'Premultiplied' with black, that may be the issue.
I don't think Premiere can differentiate between the two (as in Ae),
and requires a 'Straight' alpha channel.
I don't know if this has changed in CC7 (I use CS6).
You did not mention your Premiere version.
Hi, thank you for your answer. My premiere version is CS5.
I was not sure which one it was, premultiplied or straight, so I checked it out and found in Fusion (program I make graphics with) I had to check 'pre-divide by alpha' in the saver. I guess that makes it straight then?
That solved most of my problem, however I still have issues with an object that has a blurry (feathered) edge. There it still goes somewhat gray.
I had to check 'pre-divide by alpha' in the saver.
That sounds like premultiplied.
Do you have After Effects?
If so, import an image and Ae will ask which type of alpha is used.
Pick one or the other, then see how it comps in Ae.
If it looks wrong, use 'Interpret Footage > Main... to change it.
Then you will know for sure.