I don't see any obvious problems viewing your Quicktime file.
You're using pure white on black. Try reducing the white level to 85% to reduce contrast - it'll still look white.
Try adding motion blur to soften moving edges.
Try an adjustment layer with the "Reduce Interlace Flicker" filter applied.
thanks for attempting to solve my problem andrew.
i will try the solutions you provided.
when i've tried to use scale and position to animate a still photo to produce the "Ken Burns effect" and i have seen the same results where the animated photo looks like it has ripples in it as it is being scaled.
but only when I import it into an AVID system. the QT is always just fine.
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Any chance you can create your text layers directly in After Effects? This way they would be vector and not prone to any scaling issues. (vs raster from PS). You could also do this in illustrator and import into AE.
Let mek now if you have questions.
Have you checked your project and import settings on the Avid? Quite well possible, that the specific compression you use for your project is one that uses 480 instead of 486 and thus, when on import the footage is scaled, your fileds get messed up.
Everyone who has helped me with this issue, I really appreciate it.
I have not had a chance to import a new comp into Avid yet to see if the suggestions work.
But as soon as I do, I will post the results so someone else who may be experiencing the same issue may benefit from your great advice.
Thank you again.