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Thread: Scaling a series of stills in Premiere Pro

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    Default Scaling a series of stills in Premiere Pro

    Hi,

    I'm relatively new to Premiere Pro and I want to import a series
    of stills into my timeline. I can do this without any problem, but
    the stills are of relatively low resolution, so I want to scale the
    imported stream to a larger size (e.g. 500%).

    I can go to "Fixed Effects" and scale it up like that. However,
    this performs a bilinear (or perhaps bicubic) resampling of the
    images that makes them look overly blurry. I want the result
    to look pixelated (ie. do nearest neighbor filtering).

    How can I get premiere to NOT filter the images when rescaling them?

    thanks

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    Try either applying a mosaic or pixellate effet to the timeline or expand your pictures in your favourite picture editor before importing them. This owuld be favourite I suspect as there's no extra work for Premiere to think about when rendering.

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