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Imported video downscales resolution automatically

New Here ,
Aug 13, 2021 Aug 13, 2021

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Even though i import 1080p source video, while rendering and on export it downscales to lower resolution. I checked my sequence and export settings and can't find solution.

For more clarity: when i move slider on clip it shows high res but as soon as i remove mouse it goes back to low res.. I checked on source window, source is definitely high res and downscales as soon as it goes in workspace.

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Aug 13, 2021 Aug 13, 2021

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Most likely sequence does not match clips

Post screenshot export settings with left tab to output.

And a screenshot of clip properties.

 

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Is this while viewing on the Program monitor in PrPro or after exporting?

 

Within PrPro, you can set the viewing quality to full-1/2-1/4 plus in the menu items for that panel you have options for high-quality and also what it does during playback and while on pause. So you can have playback set to 1/2 res and pause set to full res.

 

As to export, we need the info Ann asked for.

 

Neil

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