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Pixellated logo in After Effect

Community Beginner ,
Mar 29, 2024 Mar 29, 2024

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My client gave me a video .mov to add in a After Effect comp. There is a logo integrated in the video. When I open the video in QuickTime or photoshop, everithing looks fine. Whene I import the video in After Effect or Première Pro, the logo is super pixellated but only the logo. The rest of the image is clean. Any Idea ?

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LEGEND ,
Mar 30, 2024 Mar 30, 2024

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Without any info on your system, your version of AE, screenshots etc. nobody can tell you much. Sorry, but that's useless to even guess.

 

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Mar 30, 2024 Mar 30, 2024

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If a rendered video shows as pixellated while everything else looks good, that usually means that the source video is scaled above 100%.

Check the Scale value of the source footage item in the Composition or the Sequence.

We can usually scale up to 105% to 110% before pixellation. If scaling rendered video between 110% to 200% and the source cannot be replaced with a higher frame size version of the logo animation, I'd use Effects > Detail-preserving Upscale in After Effects to increase the Scale. It's meant specifically to increase raster-based source footage up to 200%. If scaling rendered video above 200% and the source cannot be replaced with a higher frame size version of the logo animation, I'd use Topaz Labs Video AI to up-scale the source outside of After Effects or Premiere Pro and then replace the original.

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