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Here is a screen shot of my session.. The difference is obvious.... any ideas? http://zoobuzzmedia.com/printer/1.jpg
Disable OpenGL in the composition viewer. OpenGL only handles certain resolutions natively and will scale/ interpolate all others.
AE interprets fields in certain footage by default, reducing the visible preview resolution to half. Turn off field interpretation temporarily to avoid the deinterlaced appearance.
Also note that pixel aspect ratio preview mode will create visible artifacts that do not actually exist in your footage. Turn off PAR preview to remove the issue.
You have a 1280x 720 clip set to 1:1.33 Pixel Aspect ratio in your "Interpret Footage" dialog. Look in the Project panel and you see it says "1280 x 720 (1.33)"
720p footage is actually square pixels, so change your footage's interpretation and don't forget to change the composition settings so that it also has square pixels.
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