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Timeline: import and insert - photo issues

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Sep 12, 2022 Sep 12, 2022

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Hello
I posted recently this concern - receive no help.
I need to post anew.
The material I work from are JPG or possible a JPF rendered from material in a Powerpoint document. If I import to text the timeline personal photos into the timeline those photos are sharp. However, if I import any of the JPGs associated with this current projec the images inserted into the timeline are blurry even though the original that I imported are clear.
I never had this happen using Premiere Pro CS6. I am having this issue using Premiere Pro 2021. However I don't think the issue with the version.
I offer a film snippet showing the image appear in the timeline along with the original JPG. The original photo is crip with definition with the text. What is the issue? I need to insert into the timeline many support photos to enchance this documentary.
Let me know what could be the solution. Thanks
PS set to frame ; scale to frame size did not work....

 

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Contributor , Sep 14, 2022 Sep 14, 2022

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Here what I discovered. I cannot explain how this discovery impacted inserting photos into the timeline.

I have the project showing the original timeline. I inserted several .MOV films into the Timeline.
I then did a few corrections to prepare for a deeper edit and then exported the timeling to .MP4 format.
I then imported the unified film - film.mp4 into a new Timeline. That Timeline had only one film, 60minutes, MP4 format.
When I inserted photos they were blurry. However if I went to the ori

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Sep 12, 2022 Sep 12, 2022

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First thing to check would be the size of the file you are working with. The one you post is 525x774. If you are using this in a 1080p sequence / export then the file is not going to be as clear as it could be. If you can get a clear JPG at the size you need, you have better results.

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Hello
Here what I discovered. I cannot explain how this discovery impacted inserting photos into the timeline.

I have the project showing the original timeline. I inserted several .MOV films into the Timeline.
I then did a few corrections to prepare for a deeper edit and then exported the timeling to .MP4 format.
I then imported the unified film - film.mp4 into a new Timeline. That Timeline had only one film, 60minutes, MP4 format.
When I inserted photos they were blurry. However if I went to the original Timeline if I inserted photos they were 'as is'visually readable.

Thus the issue is the exported MP4. I thought there should be no issue inserting images.
Let me know why this is so. Thanks!

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