Caveat - I am relatively new to adobe captivate and premiere, so hopefully this is a simple setting issue that I have not been able to figure out. When I do a video capture in captivate 6 the output mp4 is very clear. If I play it in windows media player it is crisp and clear. If I import that same mp4 into Premiere Pro CC 2014, it is very blurry. My simulation has gauges and dials that need to be clear and I need to "mix" audio, narration, and system sounds into this video. Any help would be extremely appreciated!
Hi Korn Check-6,
What is your playback resolution set to? 1/4? 1/2? Full?
OK - back to my caveat. When I select preferences in Premiere and look at the playback setting, I get options for Preroll, Postroll, Step forward/back many, mercury transmit, Audio device, Adobe DV and disable video output when in backgroud (all of which I am not smart enough to comprehend).
I apologize for my ignorance. So as I continued to read your question, I, of course googled "how to set playback resolution in premiere pro" and I learned how to do that.... They were set to 1/2. I adjusted to full and it seems to be clear now.... I think you just helped me, help myself. Thank you! Did I get it right? Is there any more you can recommend when it comes to taking a screen capture video and making it into an awesome demo?
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you,