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Jason KraftRe: Blurriness with AI graphics
by on Oct 11, 2003 at 2:04:33 am

Hi, Jon,

Thanks for your reply. I'll post some images just as soon as I get a chance. I'm "on duty" as a parent to a 1 1/2 and 3 year old right now, so thought I'd look for some answers during my *down* time.

A couple quick questions:

When you refer to

smoothness setting

I assume that's referring to the "best" slider under object faceting on the object tab. Right? In which case I do have it slid all the way down to .1

When you mention

You may also affect the "softness" by adjusting the antialiasing setting

I'm not sure what you're referring to or where to find it. I believe I'm using Invigorator Classic 3.0.4 right now and tried to find any settings I could adjust besides object faceting.

though images that look too soft on your computer monitor actually work quite well on television. If they're too sharp, the images may vibrate on tv

Thanks, I'll remember that. This particular project is actually a 10 minute promotional video to be distributed on CD along with other content. Therefore, I'm going to have to compress it and I'm concerned that overly "smoothed" or "blurred" logos will look that much worse. Maybe I'm mistaken about that.

Thanks again,

~JCK



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