Sorry no, its all or nothing.
hm.. Thank you, but its hard to believe, maybe it would have sth like putting the text as vector over the video. Even Windows movie maker can do that if you add text over a movie.. The text is 100% sharp..
Premiere is such a nice software, there's really no way?
Nope. Everything gets exported according to the one export setting.
Ok, sniff.. Still like it :-)
And thank you very much for the quick answer, thats really great!
The answers are correct; you are asking if you can keep more resolution than you are exporting. But ask if you can improve the quality of your titles.
Someone just posted several links regarding DV titles. While you are exporting as wmv, some of the principles are the same. A small font will not look as good as a fatter one once it is compressed etc. Here's the only link I found right away.
You can create a new sequence (or new project, prior to CS4) with the dimensions of your intended output. You can then place your titles over the video in the new sequence and they will not get scaled when you export.
You will also find links to many free tutorials in the PremiereProPedia that will quickly show you how things are done in Premiere Pro.
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The replies regarding the quality of the titles are good advise.
Although you cannot have different levels of quality for different media
types in a final export of a video, what you get out as a final product
is greatly affected by the quality of what went in. While I cannot
recall the specifics, I remember a recent set of posts up in the AE
forums regarding text and the crispness of the edges on export from that
app, and it was stated in that thread that some fonts are better than
others in that regard.