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Jan 03, 2018

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Hello,

Im using now for a month adobe Premiere CC, im making video's in the resolution 320x192pixels. But when i want to export the video with h.264, the text is very blurry. How can i make it not blurry and make it more clearly, i need to put the video's on a advertising sign, and the size are 320x192pixels. Can anybody help me out with this? If you need some you can always ask! I put my sequence settings in there maybe its more helpful to understand or to resolve the blurry text.

Thank you all!

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Blurry text after export

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Hello,

Im using now for a month adobe Premiere CC, im making video's in the resolution 320x192pixels. But when i want to export the video with h.264, the text is very blurry. How can i make it not blurry and make it more clearly, i need to put the video's on a advertising sign, and the size are 320x192pixels. Can anybody help me out with this? If you need some you can always ask! I put my sequence settings in there maybe its more helpful to understand or to resolve the blurry text.

Thank you all!

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First thing I would try is a square (1.0) Pixel Aspect Ratio and Progressive (Fields set to None) encoding.

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Also, the font can affect the result. Arial is an example. Use sans-serif fonts (more of a block letter without any tails or other thin parts). Definitely do what Jim said to start with.

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Thanks guy, i would try tomorrow, let you guys know if is resolved!

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Hi KK,

Are you clear of this issue? Let us know.

Thanks,
Kevin

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Hello, I have the same problem. Here is the video: Click here .

 

Thanks for help.

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