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My video becomes fuzzy when adding photos on top of it

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I'm trying to overlay a photo on top of a video clip, which I've done successfully. However, it makes the part of the video that it occupies fuzzier than when it wasn't there.

 

My playback is at full.

The video resolution is 1920 x 1080

The photo resolution is 366 x 991

 

I have noticed that it only gets fuzzy after I've rendered the footage.

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My video becomes fuzzy when adding photos on top of it

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I'm trying to overlay a photo on top of a video clip, which I've done successfully. However, it makes the part of the video that it occupies fuzzier than when it wasn't there.

 

My playback is at full.

The video resolution is 1920 x 1080

The photo resolution is 366 x 991

 

I have noticed that it only gets fuzzy after I've rendered the footage.

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What are your project settings.

Beware you are trying to put a stamp on a postersize frame

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You are only looking at a preview of your v ideo on the timeline. The more effects or layers of video you add, the lower resolution the preview. However, this does not indicate how your finished video will look.

 

Try outputting a 1920x1080 MP4 of your movie. Most likely you won't see any fuzziness in it.

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