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Illustrator graphic artifact to premiere CS3

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Trey SelmanIllustrator graphic artifact to premiere CS3
by on Dec 20, 2007 at 4:57:38 pm

When placing a illustrator graphic into the premiere timeline I get an artifact line that runs across the top of the graphic.

I have tired multiple Ai graphics and Ai text and each one puts this pixel artifact across the top of the graphic in the time line.


CS3 production suite is used.
I even tired making a graphic in CS2 and it did the same thing when added to the timeline.

I have tired adjusting the AICB settings and also the save as settings and all options have resulted in the same problem.


Thanks for your thoughts.
Trey Selman




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Mike GondekRe: Illustrator graphic artifact to premiere CS3
by on Dec 21, 2007 at 12:49:46 am

Are you sure that there is nothing there? Do an unlock all and check to see if a layer is locked. Theehn do a select all to see if anything in that area gets selected.

A stray point might casue this.

As a test export this to a bitmapped format and open in photoshop.


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Trey SelmanRe: Illustrator graphic artifact to premiere CS3
by on Dec 21, 2007 at 5:02:33 am

Nothing selected
It is happening on every single Ai file.

I made new files with completly different object in the file and it occurs with these also.

I even mad a new premiere project and it occurred in this project with new and old graphics.

I am updated on all CS3 programs.

Very peculiar?

I also exported the Ai files to a psd file and brought those in and there is no problem with those.

I could do this but it limits me from using ai files which should be possible.

Thanks for your help. Any other ideas would be appreciated.

Trey SElman


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Mike GondekRe: Illustrator graphic artifact to premiere CS3
by on Dec 21, 2007 at 3:50:15 pm

try drawing a rectangle slightly larger than your object and choose object >> crop area.


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