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I suspect its your version of Premiere Pro 7.0 since the most recent version of Pro released is 2.0.
Aside from that, did you render the image? Premiere uses a reduced resolution until its rendered.
I’m going to buy that latest version later this week if that is the issue…and yes to rendered….this is for a PI client of mine that uses this for every video they do for their clients….so they add video to it and modify/add text to this file for each video they do.
Im using Premiere Pro 2.0 so Im not sure if this will apply but this is what I think..
its a still picture so it should be alright but you might try changing the size to 720 x 480 or you will either have to crop it or Premiere may be "rescaling it automatically". (theres an option for that – in 2.0)
I have tried that too….very strange situation….I can e-mail you the file I’m using if that helps.
… this is a long shot but I ran into a situation where stills captured from a timeline were shaky in PP2.0.
Compusolver on this forum came up with right clicking the picture, going into "feild options" then clicking "deinterlace" and "anti flicker" – this fixed the pics that were created from the timeline then reimported as stills. I dont know if that would help in your case where the pic was created in PS.
also dont know if 7.0 has that deinterlace option?