I find that the Essential Graphics Titler is producing titles with more jagged edges as compared to the Legacy Titler. Same issue over a few machines. Is there a fix for this? See the screengrab attached.
(Above text is legacy, below is the new essential graphics.)
This problem is incredibly frustrating! I decided to go around the Essential Graphics shadow by adding an Effects drop shadow, and because it was a bit too subtle I doubled it up. This literally resulted in my text drifting diagonally across the screen as if I'd put a set of position key frames, but only on export. The preview looks fine and animates in place as it was intended to.
It also seemed to connect and respond to a clip cut on the layer below (when the clip changes on V1, the title on V2 jumps - Why would this even happen? I guess the drop shadow is responsive to what's beneath it in a sense, but this sort of behaviour is so random.
The only other effect on it is a Gaussian Blur which I used to improve the animation.
I then tried to add the Channel Blur potential fix which resulted in random diagonal animation again.
Clearly the algorithms and coding behind the Essential Graphics functionality is not entirely stable, it's really disappointing as someone who used to use AE to do all titles - I've now invested all my time into Premiere based titles on this project and the quality is a let down.
I'm now going to work without any shadow (despite visibility issues) and will possibly place my titles into another sequence to be subbed in once the rest of the video is set, then I will add a drop shadow to that entire sequence so it isn't directly connected to my Essential Graphics, and hopefully this will provide a better result.
Very frustrating to need to deal with problems that simply shouldn't exist.