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Auto Reframe - New Sequence Looks Fuzzy

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Sep 20, 2020

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I'm having an issue getting good results from Auto Reframe.  I have made it work before (when it first came out) but since then, the last two sequences I've tried it on have resulted in the new output looking fuzzy and extremely pixelated.

I've attached an example of the original and the new output.  It's like this right through the whole sequence, not just the parts with text.

I've tried on both my Mac and PC.  Same result.

Any help much appreciated.

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That resolution explains why it's fuzzy, not sure why it's going so low - what resolution are you starting with? You can update your sequence settings to a higher resolution and Auto-reframe should update.

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Auto Reframe - New Sequence Looks Fuzzy

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I'm having an issue getting good results from Auto Reframe.  I have made it work before (when it first came out) but since then, the last two sequences I've tried it on have resulted in the new output looking fuzzy and extremely pixelated.

I've attached an example of the original and the new output.  It's like this right through the whole sequence, not just the parts with text.

I've tried on both my Mac and PC.  Same result.

Any help much appreciated.

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Correct answer by Mike Dziennik | Adobe Community Professional

That resolution explains why it's fuzzy, not sure why it's going so low - what resolution are you starting with? You can update your sequence settings to a higher resolution and Auto-reframe should update.

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Please repost the images embedded in your post using the images button:

Screenshot 2020-09-21 at 15.22.38.png

 

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Here you go, thanks!Original.pngauto reframed.png

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So first obvious thing: do you have the resolution set to Full on the new sequence?

Screenshot 2020-09-21 at 20.03.44.png

Also go into the wrench menu shown and check the 'Paused resolution' is set to Full.

If this doesn't fix it...what resolution is your new sequence? If its very low then this could explain it.

 

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I can confirm the resolution was already set to Full on both the Sequence and the Paused Resolution.

 

Ah, seems like the new sequence is 162 x 203.  How do I get Autoreframe to resize at a decent resolution?

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That resolution explains why it's fuzzy, not sure why it's going so low - what resolution are you starting with? You can update your sequence settings to a higher resolution and Auto-reframe should update.

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That worked, thanks.

 

I'm starting with 1920 x 1080.

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