View Full Version : txt in combustion!!!!!!!!!!!
11 November 2002, 10:44 PM
When I render text from combustion, it looks jugged on tv Y?????
It is also rendered as best quality, but I still get a jugged look (Text is not even readable).
11 November 2002, 12:15 PM
Just off the top of my head, could it be a fields problem?
What are you rendering out as?
could you perhaps be un proportionally scaling the text when you render out?
I'm looking here and i couldn't see what the problem could be.
Is your text on a text layer or or as a paint layer or operator? cause if it's paint maybe you need to turn on anti alias.
Let me know
11 November 2002, 05:35 PM
What size is the text? Low res TV's need special treatment of text.
Also, very rarely would you want to use a serif font on TV, unless it's pretty darn big, otherwise the serifs just get buried.
11 November 2002, 06:55 PM
Font is Arial, size 15, opacity 60% and it is not a paint layer it is txt layer operator.
Render option: targa sequence, best quality
By the way wehre do i turn on anti aliasing in combustion??
Thank you guys
11 November 2002, 07:26 PM
Can you post a screen shot?
11 November 2002, 11:54 PM
look at the white txt at the top "build vridges........"
11 November 2002, 11:55 PM
here it is
11 November 2002, 07:11 PM
I think this is just a case of the poor quality of NTSC biting you. 15 point font is mighty small to be displayed on the typical TV. Try a slightly higher font size and see if you're results improve.
The fine details of a typeface get buried on a high-end computer monitor, much less a TV which (depending on model) can be as low as 200-300 lines.
11 November 2002, 09:03 PM
I agree with the last post NTSC is a bitch and your letters are really small, is your text animated cuz I work around might be to create the same text in photoshop and then just animate it in combustion.... just a thought
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