3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 5, 2011 12:18 AM by wbedonie

    Photoshop still image to premiere CS5.5.


      I have this issues with a still image going blurry as soon as I play the project. it gets blurry as seen below and the second pic is when its stopped. I need some help with this issue. The picture was edited in photoshop with the following settings in image 3. I also imported this image to premiere as a .PSD

      Quotes blur.png

      Blurry when playing

      No blur pic.png

      No blur when stopped.

      saved settings.png

      Settings used while editing.

        • 1. Re: Photoshop still image to premiere CS5.5.
          Kevin-Monahan Adobe Employee

          Right click on the program monitor and choose > Playback Resolution > Full

          See if that works.

          • 2. Re: Photoshop still image to premiere CS5.5.
            SFL46 Level 3

            The PS setting appear to be okay.  However, do they match the sequence presents you are using?  Are you importing the image as a compressed image (Jpg, etc)? Try using a *.psd file directly.


            This a a SD image for which there are only 480 lines of resolution.  Your posted images are not clear so its hard to tell, but the font type and size may be too small for interlaced material.


            There have been other threads on this site before on this issue.  However, generally speaking, bolder, large san serif type faces with minimal narrow elements are necessary for readability on a SD project.  Color contrast is also a consideration--it appears your have a light color on an black background.  The NTSC system can't support the full 0-256 color range that PS does--its more like 16-235--there is a filter in PS that is labeled "broadcast safe colors" or something to that effect.

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            • 3. Re: Photoshop still image to premiere CS5.5.
              wbedonie Level 1

              Thank you KEVIN and SFL. Kevin your trick worked thanks alot. and SFL I went back and re did my PSD and it boosted in quality. Thanks guys!!.