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If you rasterized or are using an image made from pixels and you scale over 100% or move the camera closer to a 3D layer than the zoom value you are scaling up and you will get what you are getting.
Without seeing your project but going from my own experience I would not have brought the Illustrator file into Photoshop. I would have released to layers in AI and imported that as a comp.
Yeah... I didn't think about the zooming when I first made it. Haha. But that's obviously what is going on wrong.
I had tried earlier to import from Illustrator, but it wasn't allowing the layers to stay as they were, but rather grouped it into a single comp.
However, this all being said, I just now fixed up the other layers in the video I haven't messed with yet so they should be fine... But the layers that I have made just the way I want, but they're pixelized... What should be done so I can change the image to the new one without losing all the work I've done?
You know, you can make the layers right in the Illustrator document, and then you don't have to mess with Photoshop.
Well... I had tried... But it didn't want to work... So I gave up on it. LOL!
Still doesn't solve my problem though...
You just have to put your elements in Illustrator on separate layers. That is a basic Illustrator skill.
You can also use release to layers and then drag all the new layers above the original layer. Again, a basic skill that will solve your problem if you import your .ai file as a composition retaining layer sizes.