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Ron DylewskiGraphics quality
by on Aug 8, 2012 at 1:01:18 pm

This has bothered me for a long time, so I thought I'd ask the experts here.

Why are the graphics I create in the Title Tool of less quality than something I do in AE and then import? I did a test and put an AE title right next to an internally generated (16bit) title tool graphic and the quality difference is marked.

Why?

Ron


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Richard SanchezRe: Graphics quality
by on Aug 8, 2012 at 3:15:07 pm

When you created your title, what resolution did you set it to? When I'm doing a standard def offline, I find any titles less than DV25 become near unreadable. If you're working in HD, DNx36 will be fine for offline, but when you're read to go online, did you select an in to around all titles, and select "Recreate Title Media" and set it to DNxHD175 or 220 (It's under "Clip" I believe)

Richard Sanchez
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Ron DylewskiRe: Graphics quality
by on Aug 9, 2012 at 4:37:01 pm

Richard -

I created it originally @ 220 and it just doesn't look as crisp
as the AE sequence which includes the exact same text. I am
doing this all online using Avid 6.0.

Is there a preferred image format in the Title Tool? Mine is set to
create a PICT by default...

Thanks.

Ron

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Richard SanchezRe: Graphics quality
by on Aug 9, 2012 at 5:17:47 pm

On your "video quality menu" (bottom left of the timeline) are you set to yellow/green or green/green?

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Ron DylewskiRe: Graphics quality
by on Aug 9, 2012 at 8:34:52 pm

Green - Green.

But the difference between the two graphics is the issue - not the overall playback quality, right?

Ron

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Richard SanchezRe: Graphics quality
by on Aug 9, 2012 at 9:34:37 pm

You're right. I'm not sure. I was trying to exhaust all options, but I'm stumped.

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Annaël BeaucheminRe: Graphics quality
by on Aug 10, 2012 at 4:06:02 pm

It's been a while since it's like this. In SD, it didn't quite make a difference, but in HD it's quite obvious.

I always do my titles in AE now, except when it's for a quick and dirty project.


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