so I am working on a lyric video where there is 2D animated Text on a Foto and a 3d Camera moves around following the text. The resolution of the foto is not quite sufficant for the zoom of the cam sometimes, but I would be Ok with that if the letters where alright - well but they´re not. The weird things is that when I write on the Foto layer the resolution is bad but when I place the txt layer above the null-object controlling the cam I can get really sharp Letters, but theyre moving with the cam now. Is there a fix for this while keeping the textanimations? I´ll be thankfull like forever since I already spent quite a while on this thing...
Without any screenshorts we can't tell you much. Confusing and somewhat vague descriptions mean very little in the world of pixel munching. You know, why talk about thin air when dealing with a visual medium? That said, likely it boils down to scene scale issues and how AE renders 3D and the answer which you're most definitely not going to like in such a case would be to go bigger, but if your image doesn't have sufficient resolution this may not be possible. Other options could of course include all sorts of trickery with pre-compositions and continuous rasterization, but really, without a single screenshot we can discuss this for the next few days and never get anywhere, so by all means show us the issue with the pertinent info revealed in the timeline and effects panel as well.
Thanks for your answer! As u can see on the pic there´s a significant difference in the quality of the letters, the top one is placed above the cam controll layer the other one is in the composition with the pic music and the rest of the lyrics. I just did real basic animation like scaling opacity and rotation stuff. I hope thats enough info for you guys fif not sorry again.
If I would double the size of the picture the atleast the letters should have higher res with the same zoom right? But that way I would have to rearange everything. ALso I dont really get why the color is so differnt, both are pitch black but the one in the foto comp seems way lighter.