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Old January 16th, 2012, 08:21 AM   #1
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Aliasing i TitlerPro - any suggestions?

I can't find any anti-aliasing options in New Blue's Titler Pro - the text has jaggies.
Attached a screenshot - am I missing something or are there workarounds?
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Magnus
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Old January 16th, 2012, 12:04 PM   #2
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Re: Aliasing i TitlerPro - any suggestions?

I don't have the perfect answer for you yet. It is on the schedule to be improved so I would expect improvement in a future update (cannot say when, though). Another option that might help - double the font size and then reduce the size back down via the "scale" options.

Another option is to double the resolution title and let Vegas reduce it back down to size. That may help some as well.

But we WILL be working on improving this in the future!
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Old January 16th, 2012, 01:43 PM   #3
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But we WILL be working on improving this in the future!
That's good news.
A colleague suggested a 0.001 gaussian blur to the title track - that helps a lot as well.

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Re: Aliasing i TitlerPro - any suggestions?

Thanks for the info. I'll try that as well.
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Old January 17th, 2012, 11:43 AM   #5
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Re: Aliasing i TitlerPro - any suggestions?

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Another option that might help - double the font size and then reduce the size back down via the "scale" options.

Another option is to double the resolution title and let Vegas reduce it back down to size. That may help some as well.
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That's good news.
A colleague suggested a 0.001 gaussian blur to the title track - that helps a lot as well.

/m
Have tried all the above fixes and it didn't cure my aliasing problem with NewBlue Titler Pro. I did submit a ticket yesterday to NewBlueFx but I guess I got my answer here.

This problem really needs to be addressed quickly.

Sadly I will not be using it has much has I would until it get's fixed.
But I do think it is a great titler and will probably be my favorite titler once it gets an update.
It's simple to use, yet powerful and fast and you can get really creative with it.
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