Billy Rybka

Macro Scaling Problem

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Hey! So I made a social media lower third but when i put it into a higher resolution time line the logo doesnt scale like the rest of the macro does. Does anyone have any clue how to fix this?

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Only vectorized graphics (AI/EPS etc) has unlimited scaling possibilities without compromising quality.

If you apply a rasterized graphic element from let's say Photoshop at 100% scale it will look pixelated when it's scaled above its full resolution. That is typically an issue if you apply it at 100% scale on a 1920x1080 timeline and then re-adjust its scale on a new 4k timeline.

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1 minute ago, Tom Evans said:

Only vectorized graphics (AI/EPS etc) has unlimited scaling possibilities without compromising quality.

If you apply a rasterized graphic element from let's say Photoshop at 100% scale it will look pixelated when it's scaled above its full resolution. That is typically an issue if you apply it at 100% scale on a 1920x1080 timeline and then re-adjust its scale on a new 4k timeline.

Hey Tom Thanks for the reply! I actually used a vector Graphic and it still does the same thing for some reason. Would there be a reason this would be happening? One of the settings in the macro creator that is stopping it from scaling properly? 

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On 11/12/2019 at 1:26 PM, Tom Evans said:

Only vectorized graphics (AI/EPS etc) has unlimited scaling possibilities without compromising quality.

If you apply a rasterized graphic element from let's say Photoshop at 100% scale it will look pixelated when it's scaled above its full resolution. That is typically an issue if you apply it at 100% scale on a 1920x1080 timeline and then re-adjust its scale on a new 4k timeline.

Do you have any idea how to fix this issue? I am using SVG files

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