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Dave FickasPoor legibility of hand written documents when imported
by on Sep 21, 2015 at 6:55:58 pm

When I import handwritten (or small text:12 pt.& below)documents into Premiere CS6 the legibility is lost. The scanned documents look sharp when opened in Windows Photo Viewer, but not in Premiere. What's the solution?

O.S. = Windows 7


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Daniel WaldronRe: Poor legibility of hand written documents when imported
by on Sep 21, 2015 at 8:55:23 pm

What kind of files are you importing, and are you viewing the images at full resolution in Premiere?


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Dave FickasRe: Poor legibility of hand written documents when imported
by on Sep 22, 2015 at 7:19:21 pm

The files I'm importing are .jpg. The documents were scanned by the client at 300dpi. You asked if I'm viewing the documents at full resolution in Premiere. I didn't know there was any other way to view them in Premiere. Regardless, they look awful in Premiere and awful when turned into a video on DVD.

Dave


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Shane RossRe: Poor legibility of hand written documents when imported
by on Sep 22, 2015 at 7:50:57 pm

DPI is meaningless in video, that's a print measurement. DOTS PER INCH. PIXEL DIMENSIONS are what matters. 1920x1080....3000x2000...stuff like that. Video is 72dpi, but really, if you bring in a 4000x2000 picture with 5DPI, it'll look better than 430x240 at 600DPI.

So pixel dimensions are what matter.

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Andrew KimeryRe: Poor legibility of hand written documents when imported
by on Sep 22, 2015 at 8:25:05 pm

[Dave Fickas] "The files I'm importing are .jpg. The documents were scanned by the client at 300dpi. You asked if I'm viewing the documents at full resolution in Premiere. I didn't know there was any other way to view them in Premiere. Regardless, they look awful in Premiere and awful when turned into a video on DVD."

Both the viewer and the timeline window have quality setting drop down menu underneath them (full, 1/2, 1/4, etc.,).

Also, DVD is only 640x480 so anything with fine detail is going to turn to crap compared to what it looks like in HD (or great than HD if it's a picture or scanned image).


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