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    Default Creating Sharp Text in Premiere Pro...?

    I have been trying to achieve sharp looking text by either using the title feature or by adding text to an image file in Photoshop then saving it as a JPEG.

    Is there some trick to getting your text to be sharp? Both ways i tried seem to leave the rendered video with text that is somewhat blurry...

    I cant seem to find an option to adjust this within Premiere...

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Puppies

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    I use Premiere Pro 1.5(.1) and have created loads of titles using both Photoshop and the titler and have not encountered this problem. I used both in 'Final Hit' in the last comp here. The graphic I walked in front of was Photoshop and the titles (credits) at the end were just titles. Do you consider these to be not sharp. Certainly all the titles I've created are sharp to project resolutions.

    Remember that your preview in Premiere is not full size so maybe the problem you are perceiveing is a result of that or maybe it is the format/codec you are exporting to.

    How are you creating the graphic in Photoshop. If you are doing a widescreen production then you'll really need Photoshopp CS (non square pixels) to get it spot on. Are you having to stretch the graphic to the size you want in Premiere?

    How about capturing a frame and shwoing us an example.

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