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Old May 23rd, 2009, 04:03 PM   #1
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Text from PSD inserts "bleeds"

Am going along nicely with CS4PP, making a few titles/credits in PhotoShop (CS4), insert to the timeline as PSDs and things look fine until I look at the final product on DVD.

My export from CS4PP is to custom AVI using Cineform codec. The graphics look fine in the exported AVI.

I'm using TMPGenc Authoring Suite 4. Methinks it must be the authoring tool, but I'm not broadly experienced enough with this stuff to know where to look for the problem.

TIA to anyone with knowledge/insights to share.

Dave Nuttall
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Old May 31st, 2009, 09:33 AM   #2
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What color are your titles? Depending on the color of the text and background combination, once they are encoded and played on an NTSC television you can get bleed.

However, if they are white you should be OK. Mind you when I make white titles for film and television I never use 100% white and try to keep them around 95 to 98% depending on their use.

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