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jaggedy text paths

jaggedy text paths

jaggedy text paths

(OP)
hello
 I'm working with path text in A/E but I'm not happy with the quality of the results. The movement/animation of the text is smooth enough but the actual text is jaggedy, as if I was viewing at half resoloution or been rendered on a low compression. (I am viewing at full and 100%)
 I have also tried rendering to different methods such as tiffs, mov and avi, with different compressions etc but with no difference. I am also working with a psd file in the project (imported as a composition) that is fine.
 Any tips ideas would be appreciated as my head is getting sore from banging it on the monitor :)
chris

RE: jaggedy text paths

(OP)
hah, it was me being a newb, a silly thing. I had it on best quality on the monitor window but not when you right click on the actual layer.
chris

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