Thanks for your response, shooternz.
I'm not sure if I understand you correctly, but have attached a screen grab of the source monitor info in the camera icon at right below. As well, below left, I'm including a screen shot the flv file properties. Let me know if this helps or any other ideas you have.
Thanks for your time and assistance,
With the tiny "stage," or Frame Size, the best that you can hope for would be to do a Custom Sequence that matches the FLV, then output to that Frame Size. It will be tiny on YouTube too. If you blow that material up, it WILL look horrible.
Not many pixels to work with. Can you do the FLV with a larger stage, say 720 x 480, or 1920 x 1080, back in Flash Pro?
I actually just got done reading some posts of yours on Codecs, Wrappers, etc...from 2012/13. Very informative and useful.
Thanks for chiming in. The small stage file is ok. I am doing a custom sequence and it is holding up ok. However, I should have been more informative above. The problem arises with another file I have. It is 800x512. I am combining both files to make a new frame. The small on left, larger one on right. When I pause the files in the Source Monitor, both look great. But when I export them, I lose much of the crispness of the text and images in the file at 800x512, even in a custom sequence.
Here are the properties of the 800x512 file I received from Media Inspector:
Is there anything I can do to mitigate that quality loss when exporting that I am seeing?
Thanks again for your time and assistance,