10.8.05

when tech is getting bad...

...it is usually while trying to do movie stuff some days before the final critic on a pc instead of a mac. i normally hate macs with a passion, but for the editing of movie footage it just can't be beaten. i remember having the same problem of fuzzy aliasing while exporting my timeline to .mov in switzerland at the eth zuerich two years ago and i was pretty sure that the problem would be solved today as everybody seemed to have it. but no such luck for me... :( so: if anybody out there knows any clever tricks, drop a comment, i'll be sure to include you in the final credits. :)

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Blogger Nummer 5 said...

the solution seems to be to capture the footage in adobe premiere (windows movie capture produces washed out images that are good for nothing) and transfer it thereafter to adobe after effects. from there the export is possible without problems.

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