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great pictures turn to pixels after importing and rendering

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I want to make a slideshow.  I import beautiful photos, I render them, they turn into photos that look like I zoomed too much and got pixels.  Am I missing a step?

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great pictures turn to pixels after importing and rendering

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I want to make a slideshow.  I import beautiful photos, I render them, they turn into photos that look like I zoomed too much and got pixels.  Am I missing a step?

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What are your Project Settings (as listed under Project Settings under the Edit menu)?

Which Export and Share Settings did you use?

No matter how deep the resolution of your photos, your final slideshow will only be the resolution of your project and output.

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Settings

general Editing mode HD 1080i, timebase 29.97 fps

Video frame size 1910 horizontal 1080 vertical

Square pixel 1.0 (greyed out), Upper field first (greyed out), 30 fps

drop frame time code, title safe area 20% horizontal, 20% vertical

Action safe area 10% horizontal, 10% vertical

Audio Sample rate 48,000 Hz (greyed out), Display format audio sample

Capture formal, WDM Capture

Video Rendering Optimize stills

DVD, 720 x 480, MPEG, 29.97, quality (far right on slider)

Anything else?

Best regards,

Rich Macy

On Mon, Jan 22, 2018 at 11:58 AM, Steve Grisetti <forums_noreply@adobe.com>

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Nope.

Your slideshow will be 720x480 pixels. That's going to look low resolution a computer but should look fine on a TV (although not nearly as sharp as the original photos, of course, which may well have been 4000x3000 pixels or larger).

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