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liquidguru

Member Since 20 Feb 2006
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In Topic: Issue with Titles reducing resolution in cs6 premiere

26 November 2014 - 09:52 PM

That is different than I am doing. I am using the zoom effect/ transition...which seems easier. But since it's not working...I need to try your way in the morning.


Yes. I think your method, though quick, doesn't work. When you add the zoom effect it just zooms the title, but sees it as a fixed size, so the title gets pixelated. For the text to properly increase, you need to use my method. If you haven't used key-frames before, it can seem very complicated, but they are incredibly powerful. I recommend you look up a YouTube tutorial to understand what you need to do.

Cheers,

Kaj

In Topic: Issue with Titles reducing resolution in cs6 premiere

26 November 2014 - 09:35 PM

Hi Dustin If I want to add zoom and/or movement to a title, I do the following: 1. Create the Title (Still) 2. Drag the Title onto the sequence, move it to the position I need it and stretch it to the desired length. 3. Click on the title, then select 'Effect Controls' in the source window. 4. Use key-frames and adjust the position and scale settings to create zoom and/or movement This works well. Not sure exactly what method you are using. Cheers, Kaj

In Topic: Issue with Titles reducing resolution in cs6 premiere

26 November 2014 - 08:49 PM

How are you creating the titles and animating them? It sounds like you are perhaps putting the animation key-frames on the entire sequence, rather than just the title layer. I have added many title sequences like yours and never had a problem. I'm using the same version of PP.

In Topic: Ambon's Other Side

09 November 2014 - 05:34 AM

Thanks Luko,

 

Though we don't see many big fish (we usually see a few shy Napoleons or Bumpheads most times there) there are a lot of smaller reef fish, and deeper the numbers increase. The reef itself, all along the south side and to the east, is wonderful. 

 

Kaj


In Topic: Worm from Lembeh

17 August 2014 - 10:20 PM

I think it's a Film-Strip Ribbon Worm, Ikedidae. I've seen them a few times in Lembeh. Very cool :)