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Damikaz TherealHow to add a watermark while keeping video quality ?
by on Jan 2, 2016 at 8:46:06 pm

Hello everybody,

I just started Adobe Premiere Pro CC2015 yesterday so my question might be super easy for many of you...

Basically, I have a few small videos (320x240, 426x240 in MP4 format) and I need to add a watermark to them without screwing with the bit of quality that the video can offer...

So far, I tried to follow a youtube guide on how to do this by adding the image watermark in the V2 line however the watermark logo becomes super ugly when I set the video in fullscreen (ultra pixelised). I also tried to use a "Sequence" with these settings:

  • 1920 x 1080

  • D1/DV NTSC (0.9091)

  • No Fields

  • 30 fps Timecode

  • 44100 Hz

  • Audio Samples

  • Microsoft AVI preview file format

  • DV (24p Advanced) Codec



However, while the logo then seems to be fine, the video loses a lot of quality when going in full screen.

If someone here might have a few tips for me I would be very grateful

Thanks !


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Ivan MylesRe: How to add a watermark while keeping video quality ?
by on Jan 3, 2016 at 3:40:46 am
Last Edited By Ivan Myles on Jan 3, 2016 at 4:28:13 am

I think the problem is trying to upscale from 240 to 1080. How does the watermark look at 100%?


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Damikaz TherealRe: How to add a watermark while keeping video quality ?
by on Jan 3, 2016 at 4:34:38 am

Hello,

My image that I use as the watermark is a PNG file (transparency) with base dimensions of 1240x190


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