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Posts: 1
Registered: 13.09.2012
13.09.12 14:49:27

I'm making a case study video on AVS video editor version 6.2. The issue I'm having is the images I am placing in the video program are all pixelated.
The images are of text I have created in Photoshop and then saved as JPGS which I imported into the AVS program.
I don't know if I'm saving the images on the wrong format (as JPEGS) or whether they are the wrong size.
The project aspect ratio I am working from is 4x3 and my JPEGS I am importing are 640x480 pixels. I also checked that the program is on high quality, it is.
I'd really appreciate some help with this as I have a deadline vast approaching.

Here is a link to a screen shot of a pixelated image from my video on an image hosting site http://bit.ly/P8xnLb

Many thanks in advance!

Posts: 98
Registered: 12.07.2011
14.09.12 08:13:07
To: laurencreative

Dear Lauren,

As far as I can see from your screenshot, your pictures become pixelated after you add them on the Timeline. Please note if the issue appears on the preview, it happens because of the cache process, which allows to reduce the size of the edited files and to speed up the editing process. The preview video quality does not affect the quality of the resulting video file, which depends on the settings you select for saving the file.

If the quality loss appears in the saved file, please try to select the following profile for the output file: Produce >> AVI >> HD Video 1080p.

Please let me know about the results you get.
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Registered: 03.07.2008
20.02.13 03:40:45
To: sherwindu

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Posts: 3
Registered: 11.05.2014
22.07.21 16:58:57
To: laurencreative

I'm really surprised you reported this in 2012 and it's still a huge problem today. Even when you allow everything to cache before producing your video, half the images always turn to pixels. It's so disheartening after you spend hours putting everything together. I can't continue with AVS for this exact reason. The only way around it seems to be to OBS capture the images on video and insert as video rather than images. Very occasionally you reinsert the images and they come out smooth, but mostly it repeats the same issue every time you produce it. I've tried everything I can think of to overcome this, but can't.
Posts: 45
Registered: 19.03.2021
23.07.21 10:13:03
To: Kasubi


Please try to produce the source video to MP4, and select a profile > Video for Slideshow - FullHD (H.264, 1920x1080, 30 fps).

Best regards,
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