I imported a png logo image and want to move it to the lower third of a video, at the end...but the options do not let me. I can only move it around the middle, not at the bottom. Also, I do not see alot of options for working with images.Surely there must be some panel that allows the user to work wth images; move, change, etc....?
@Marco. It is indeed 'titles and text' and this is the output, not preview render. Usually this is an (anti) aliasing issue. Helvetica is more common than roaches. It's a very safe font. I think some box just needs to be checked. It's always an Easter egg hunt when learning a program.
@Marco Big ones and little ones, multiple. There was one with YUV, which is about 30 gigs for five minutes. The video looked nice, the titles not so much. The big one is the most important because high res should look good on all fronts.
@Marco. You are right, I think I am supposed to buy one of the title packs from BorisFX or the other company to get the titles to look decent. Vegas Pro has a more modular approach to editing. Clean titles on native settings could be asking a bit too much.
I think you should send Marco the information he's already asking so hard for. A complicated plugin won't bring you fulfillment if you don't really get along with the simple ones. If anyone can help you here, it's Marco or 3POINT. But they doesn't have to, if you don't want to .......
Edit: Michael Harrison and 3 Point were faster.....
@michael-harrison Marco's query comes down to, "what format are you exporting to", meaning, the format impacts the quality of the titles. So if you export in format xyz, no matter how good the resolution, the titles will look like absolute merde. That is my understanding of where this is going. Rather than where in the titles settings to go to make the titles look 'nice and sharp'. That in Vegas Pro, it is all about the export and not the title settings per se. I did mention a YUV lossless format, but fine. So if it is an export format, simply say, export into format/codec whatever and you will get awesome titles. In other vid editors, the fuzzy/pixelated title is an aliasing issue and it is just a matter of checking a box.
@ikhider you ignored the first part of his request "which are you're render settings" which was likely the more important part. You're right that resolution is probably an aspect of the issue you're having which is why we've asked for project and render settings. There is no "make the fonts look non-shitty" checkbox. They should look non-shitty normally.
@michael-harrison Yes, I dual boot my work station and do not have Windows as my main OS. Windows is for special tasks like video editing, so I will go and look. But I was expecting as you mentioned that no matter how good or bad the video, the titles should at least look good. And other video editors do have the, 'make the titles look less merdy' check box. But each editing system has their own approach. It could be a font rendering issue ('hinting', perhaps?). Some video editors handle fonts more easily than others. My font library has been known to kill video editors. 😀
Like Marco I don't have Helvetica, had a few roaches lately though. I do however have Helvetique, which I gather is similar, and it performs perfectly in Vegas MS so would expect it to do the same in Vegas Pro.
It is a draft, but you more experienced can critique and guide and let me know the best way to enhance using Vegas Pro. I am new to Vegas Pro and am not aware of all the tools to probably really make this work shine.
This was shot @60fps and the client is the artist. I shot it last year and then a couple of weeks ago he called me said he wants it edited for his portfolio.