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Use Desktop for your sequence settings.
Now how do I get the pixel precision *out* of Premiere. (Quicktime or Avi?) I can see the "purity" in the preview now. I just dont see it on the media experter. (It still looks a bit blurry.) In short, what are the export stetting that will ensure "what you see is what you get."
Download Lagarith, which is a free visually lossless codec and export using this codec.
Thanks for the help sir. This is actually for a huge project. I'll post the link here in a week or so. Be sure to check it out. We're all good now. Ice cold. - No blurriness. Its too bad I was able to do this years ago without any issue. Video codec's and technology sure have changed drastically in the past few years. There's a real learning curve for those who are not daily users.
A side note I learned in this process: Cinema 4D users should not export their Quciktime (.mov) files from Premiere Pro as Uncompressed AVI. It just screws up the pixel precision. Not sure why. Just use the old school .avi and the advice above. The renders will be perfect.