You'll need to give us MUCH more information...
- What codec/quality did you export from After Effects?
- Did your sequence settings in Premiere Pro EXACTLY match those of the file you output from After Effects?
- What settings did you use to export your sequence from Premiere Pro?
Thanks for your response. i am a begginer . Hopefully these screen shots could answer your questions. i think if u make zoom for them u will be able to see clearly.
Thanks In Advance.
sequence settings in after effect
export settings in after effect
sequense settings in premiere
export settings in Premiere
You seem to be exporting your original NTSC DV from After Effects as Quicktime (H.264).
Try exporting from After Effects as NTSC DV.
Once you have imported and edited the NTSC DV into Premiere Pro, export it in the same format to check the quality. If you are happy with that quality, try the H.264 again.
If you are unhappy with that quality, you need to check your H.264 encoding settings.
Try that for now.
Done, but no new.
If you're exporting a movie from After Effects for use in Premiere Pro (or any other post-production software), you want to use either no compression or lossless compression. You don't want to lose any quality as you compress and recompress to lossy codecs between applications.
See this After Effects FAQ entry for some information about output settings. Especially note the part about lossless compression.
Codecs like H.264 and DV should only be used for the very last stage, when creating the file for final delivery/playback.
As you are on windows i would suggest: uncompressed avi.
In the output module that would be Lossless and video codec None.
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Thanks a lot. but still i don't know. what shall i do?
Thanks. but still the problem as it is.