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Image Interpolation feature similar to photoshop

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Oct 08, 2022 Oct 08, 2022

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In the Adobe Photoshop transform tool there is an option that allows you to change way the image is interpolated with settings like "Bicubic" and "Nearest Neighbour." Is there a similar feature in Premiere Pro? (attatched below is a screenshot of the feature in Photoshop.)

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Community Expert , Oct 08, 2022 Oct 08, 2022

There definitely is in AfterEffects.  But gotta say the difference in these settings to my eye is marginal.   bwdik...    And I don't think there's this option available in Premiere...  Apple Compressor does have some settings you can use to adjust the quality of the scaling...  And there are hardware options like the Alchemist and the Terranex that are supposedly better than any of the software options.  People are touting the Topaz software for scaling images up

https://www.topazlabs.com/

I've

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There definitely is in AfterEffects.  But gotta say the difference in these settings to my eye is marginal.   bwdik...    And I don't think there's this option available in Premiere...  Apple Compressor does have some settings you can use to adjust the quality of the scaling...  And there are hardware options like the Alchemist and the Terranex that are supposedly better than any of the software options.  People are touting the Topaz software for scaling images up

https://www.topazlabs.com/

I've played around with it and not sure I see any improvement.  Maybe my eyes are failing.  

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Oct 09, 2022 Oct 09, 2022

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Topaz does a wonderful job.

Takes some experimenting before getting optimum results.

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It's a pretty niche feature, the reason i'm asking is because i'm editing with pixel art which unless you use the nearest neighbour setting looks really blurry scaled up. Thanks for the advice!

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There are no scaling options in Premiere

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