Credit roll blurry HELP!

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May 17, 2021 May 17, 2021

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I'm delivering to a client today and there's a massive end credit roll (about 7 minutes long) that's very dense with text. No matter what I do the export looks blurry. I've tried deinterlacing, lower field dominance, reducing the opacity to 90%, slowing it down. Nothing works. The client's font is Baskerville, which is heavy on the serifs. Could that be the cause?   Appreciate an and all suggestions!

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May 17, 2021 May 17, 2021

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What are your export settings?

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It's for streaming, so it's H.264, match source-high bitrate 1920 x 1080.  I've tried progressive or lower field first, frame blending and frame sampling.

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It's possible the bitrate is simply too low for the amount of text on the screen. You can try this: export in some ridiculously high bitrate, 50mbps+, and see if you are still getting blurriness.

 

A simpler solution of making the text larger might end up being your best bet.

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Thank you so much!!! I upped the bit rate to the max (62mbps) and it's definitely better, if not perfect.  I don't think I cna make the text larger because there's so much of it. Now I wait for the client to weigh in.

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