I have noticed that the quality of my hardwork is been reduced by Premiere on import of a media clip.
Today I made several sequences in After Effects and the quaility is as I expect it to be, very high. However as soon as I import them into Premiere the quality is reduced which is then followed through into Media Encoder.
This is a sample of the orginal file as exported from After Effects. This is what I see when I open the MOV in VLC.
Below is how Premiere treats the file, the loss of quality is obvious.
This occurs in the source and rendered / unrendered preview window. I wouldn't mind, but it is followed into the final encode in Media Encoder.
I'm sure this is a question to many answered, but what can I do to ensure the quality I export from Effects is carried to the final render?