CGs and 3d titles

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    • #36628
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      Hey all,

      Just finished videoing an event. I am now in the editing process putting some finishing touches on it. I’m using ulead mediastudio pro as well as ulead cool 3d. I am running into a slight problem. When I use the cool 3d as well as the CG that came with the bundle, the letters and titles are sharp and crisp and looks good as gold, but when I add them to the video and preview what I got the titles look blurry and gritty. It’s ugly. How can I keep my titles crisp and sharp in the video? Is there something I need to tweek of what?

    • #162847
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      Render, my friend, and all your problems will go away…

    • #162848
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      render? Can you explain a little more please.

    • #162849
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      rendering is taking the footage you have edited together and making a final output file that is crisp and clean for output to tape, DVD, etc.

    • #162850
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      Rendering means producing a video file as the result of a project. Exporting, if you prefer, creating the actual video file.

    • #162851
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      Rendering means producing a video file as the result of a project. Exporting, if you prefer, creating the actual video file.

      To complicated for me….

    • #162852
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      hey you might have to change the type of CODON you are using for exporting all of your video

    • #162853
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      BUEYEHL Wrote:

      Hey all,

      Just finished videoing an event. I am now in the editing process putting some finishing touches on it. I’m using ulead mediastudio pro as well as ulead cool 3d. I am running into a slight problem. When I use the cool 3d as well as the CG that came with the bundle, the letters and titles are sharp and crisp and looks good as gold, but when I add them to the video and preview what I got the titles look blurry and gritty. It’s ugly. How can I keep my titles crisp and sharp in the video? Is there something I need to tweek of what?

      If you render the cg and it still looks like crap, I would have to say that the problem is your medium. VHS makes everything look like crap. But that’s just my opinion. If you can switch to a new format then switch.

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