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Old 05-21-2012, 08:33 AM   #1
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Hi I use Edius 6 and I have problem with Editing Picture for video
when i put pictures with 300dpi in my timeline and use 3d motion on it and zoom in there is drop resolution. I don't know what to do...i saw lot's of video clips that they zoom in into picture without any resolution drop...anyone know how they do that ???
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Old 05-21-2012, 11:01 AM   #2
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Hi I use Edius 6 and I have problem with Editing Picture for video
when i put pictures with 300dpi in my timeline and use 3d motion on it and zoom in there is drop resolution. I don't know what to do...i saw lot's of video clips that they zoom in into picture without any resolution drop...anyone know how they do that ???
3D PnP reduces all photos to the timeline resolution.
Use LAYOUTER to do zooms etc - it wont alter the resolution.

Currently layouter can do 90% of 3D PnP stuff but edius 6.5 can do 100% (due out soon)
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Old 05-21-2012, 01:59 PM   #3
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Hi I use Edius 6 and I have problem with Editing Picture for video
when i put pictures with 300dpi in my timeline and use 3d motion on it and zoom in there is drop resolution. I don't know what to do...i saw lot's of video clips that they zoom in into picture without any resolution drop...anyone know how they do that ???
The resolution quality really depends on what the original happens to be. You say 300dpi. Is that from a scanner?

It might be easier to know what your original image is in pixels. The higher the better if you want to "pan and scan".
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72 dpi is plenty for stills.
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