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Henrik Helms
Getting a square animation into my sequence
on Dec 9, 2009 at 7:20:38 am

Hi!
I have received a 1920*1080 in animation codec in square pixel aspect.
It is going to be fitted into a 1024*576 sequence uncompressed 10 bit.
If I just put it into the sequence i think it gets a little bit blurry in the motions.
What is the best way to get it into my sequence??

Kind regards
Henrik
dBA MEDIA


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Rafael Amador
Re: Getting a square animation into my sequence
on Dec 9, 2009 at 10:02:02 am

Hi Henrick,
Try setting "Render Motion Effects: BEST". This should improve the downscaling.
if you have the opportunity that they export the same animation from AE with the final size and in the final codec, the best.
rafael


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Arnie Schlissel
Re: Getting a square animation into my sequence
on Dec 9, 2009 at 2:24:30 pm

1024x576 is not a video size. There is no tape format and no broadcaster that will accept it.

If you're trying to make a widescreen SD in PAL, that size would be 720x576. Look up "aspect ratio" in your FCP manual, it will explain how the pixels become stretched to make an anamorphic widescreen image using the same number of pixels as 4x3.

Arnie

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Henrik Helms
Re: Getting a square animation into my sequence
on Dec 9, 2009 at 3:21:54 pm

I am well aware of the dimensions - well I ment anamorphic (which end up in the above dimensions) - but that does not change the aspect and dimensions of what I import...which is my problem...
To get rid of the blury motion on a square animation codec in 1920*1080

Kind regards Henrik

Greetings
Henrik Helms
dBA MEDIA


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