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    Question Fuzzy text

    The text in my Titles are fuzzy. I've tried black text on white background and the reverse. They both look fuzzy. What can I do? Here's where you can see my videos: YouTube - susanirelandresumes's Channel.

    Any help is appreciated. I'm working on a video that's all scrolling text (a resume for George Costanza) and it's pretty much unreadable. How can I correct this?

    I'm using Adobe Premiere Elements 4.0.

    Many thanks,
    Susan
    sireland1@aol.com

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    You have two options, choose another font and also use remove flicker i think it will do the trick .

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    Default Where's Flicker?

    Thanks for the advice. Can you please tell me where I find flicker so I can turn it off? Thanks, Susan

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    Right click on the clip on the timeline and select 'Field Options'/ 'Flicker Removal'
    http://muvipix.com Everything you wanted to know about Premiere Elements and more

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    Default Didn't work

    I found the flicker and removed it but the text didn't change. It's still really fuzzy. I'm using Ariel, which should be a clear font. Any other suggestions? -- Susan

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    Hi, I had a look at the text on your video and I believe it is just the way YouTube compress your video down. The quality of the text has taken a 'hit' and you can see it especially on letters such as the lowercases 's', 'a', 'e', and 'i'. This is being caused by YouTube and I don' think there is anything you can do to improve the qiuality of the lettering. You could try making the text larger, but that would take up more of the screen.

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    Try using light colored bold letters on a dark background.

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    Are you getting that fuzzy effect only in youtube or you can see it inside adobe premiere ? If it is only in youtube than there's not much you can do except trying to use a larger font like Nikosony said .

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    Default Fuzzy on Premiere Elements

    It's fuzzy in Adobe Premiere Elements, both in the large and small editing screens. I changed the font but that didn't help at all.
    Susan

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    I don't see a huge problem with the text on the YouTube link, maybe just my monitor.
    What resolution is your monitor Susan? I don't do anything under 1280 x 1024 anymore, my work desktop is set to 1680 x 1050.

    There are a few people at muvipix that use Premiere Elements for professional presentation work, maybe they would be of help to you.
    http://muvipix.com Everything you wanted to know about Premiere Elements and more

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