Adobe after Effects (Anti-aliasing)

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Adobe after Effects (Anti-aliasing)

Postby Andyme » Mon Oct 05, 2009 5:39 pm


Some difficulties occured while I was working on my newest amv, and I don't really don't have any clue how to sove this problem. Therefore I really need someone's help.

Here is my problem:

As you can see, the video seems as if it weren't anti-aliased, but that problem only appears when I put the video footage in After effects. After having been rendered in Vegas, It's perfect, but then in AE It looks like this.

Thank you for your help in advance!
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Re: Adobe after Effects (Anti-aliasing)

Postby AikiNick » Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:18 am

Does the image looks aliased only in AE? I mean when you export the image does it have aliasing? Cause it might simply be because of preview of AE. But if it does, then I suppose it's somehow connected to composition settings... Don't know for sure, though... Sorry I couldn't help, bye.
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Re: Adobe after Effects (Anti-aliasing)

Postby Emotive » Thu Jan 14, 2010 8:32 am

Your image has 404'd so I'm not sure what you are talking about, but yeah, try exporting it from AE losslessly and see how it looks. Also, is the video in question compressed in any way, and if so which codec did you use?
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Re: Adobe after Effects (Anti-aliasing)

Postby RolltheStampede » Thu Jan 21, 2010 12:14 pm

I think i kinda might know whats going on.
go into your the side panel where you have your footage/clips
right click on it and go to interpret footage.
make sure your fields are set to non as i think the default is top field or something like that.
dont have the program in front of me ATM so cant be to exact.
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