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Help avoid blurry text over compressed stream

New Here ,
Sep 05, 2020

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Hello!

 

So, Im not sure if this qualifies as a problem with Premiere, but I figured someone here might know a solution. 

 

Im editing videos where text is regularly featured on the screen, and these videos are then shared as a presentation over Zoom. Obviously, even though the videos are only 1080, they get hit with some pretty heavy compression, and while the rest of the video looks fine, the text seems to get exceptionally fuzzy.

 

Do any of you guys know of any text styling (maybe adding stroke?), rendering or other techniques that might help the text be more legible on the other end of the videostream?

 

Thanks so much!

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Help avoid blurry text over compressed stream

New Here ,
Sep 05, 2020

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Hello!

 

So, Im not sure if this qualifies as a problem with Premiere, but I figured someone here might know a solution. 

 

Im editing videos where text is regularly featured on the screen, and these videos are then shared as a presentation over Zoom. Obviously, even though the videos are only 1080, they get hit with some pretty heavy compression, and while the rest of the video looks fine, the text seems to get exceptionally fuzzy.

 

Do any of you guys know of any text styling (maybe adding stroke?), rendering or other techniques that might help the text be more legible on the other end of the videostream?

 

Thanks so much!

Topics

Editing, Effects and Titles, Export, Formats, How to

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18

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