Puppet resolution problems when rendering out in Premiere...

Community Beginner ,
Jan 21, 2021 Jan 21, 2021

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When I render out from Premiere with embedded AE comps which include Character Animator scenes the Character Animator scenes are looking fuzzy.

In AE, I zoom in to the CA scene to create different camera angles/compositions and was hoping the CA scenes would link back to their vector-based puppets. Am I wrong?

Is there a way of increasing their quality?

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Jan 21, 2021 Jan 21, 2021

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You need to scale in CH to get best resolution. It comes across as a bitmap (video file effectively). You will get the best quality doing the scaling using cameras etc in CH.

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Thanks yes I was coming to that sad conclusion. I noticed that inside CA everything gets converted to PNGs which seems a shame...

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Hi Jester,

 

As an addition thought: I sometimes find that it is necessary to render all files in Premier even though they have been rendered in another program. Before you transcode (use Adobe Media Encoder) it is a good idea to make sure the video has been fully rendered. This may not be the case, but I thought I might mention it.

 

Be well fellow puppeteer - Platty

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Thanks Platty Much appreciated. I will keep that in mind!

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