This community is GREAT for their willingness to help and having such broad expertise for such strange and unique problems! What a wonderful resource!
Thanks for responding Ann! I added the photos as you suggested so the doctors can see my problem without needing a computer PPE kit or threat of infection. Sorry I didn't do this before. I've only needed to write descriptions for help, but this one seems a bit more complex with visuals helpful.
Jeff, thanks for responding too! That Codec: MPEG I-Frame looks suspicious from your message. I have not exported since they look unacceptable at this stage. I will try an export, but I suspect failure with that codec. Is there a codec suggestion?
Do try your export, but also try setting the preview file frame size to match the frame size of the sequence. The size mismatch could be causing the blurriness.
You said the problem is when they are rendered. To me, that means rendering the sequence using whatever codec is set in the sequence settings for preview files. I didn't see any reference to exporting. Do they look like you want them to when you export?
Sorry it took so long to respond! Lots of other stuff going on, and then focused on your recommendations.
Yes, when I exported the crazy rendered piece it turned out just fine---so, I learned to follow through and not necessarily trust what I see as what I get. Kind of NUTS! But worth having some faith.
Thank you to those with the suggestions and concern and caring character to help.
Happy New Year to all!
Are you using a VR effect on a non VR clip?
Sorry, I do not know nor could I find out what the VR effect is to know. So, I doubt it as there were not any effects on the clip.
I did get the issue resolved just doing the export. It did not turn out like it looked in the render---kind of nuts! So, I learned to do an export and see what end result there is.
Happy New Year and thank you for trying to help.