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    The BCC Uprez Filter - Part 1. Using the Filter

    In my opinion he BCC Uprez filter is not a magic wand!
    It can do many things when it comes to uprezzing an SD clip, but it can't do everything.
    Sometimes the result from a plain simple "resize" in AvidFX can look better, or just as good.
    It all depends on the composition of your clip....
    Certain type of clips lend themselves better to uprezzing than others.
    It really is a case of experimentation.

    I hope that this short Tutorial can help a little in the vast jungle of editing.


    This tutorial can be viewed at "Full-screen" by clicking on the icon on the toolbar

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    • Sylvain P
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    Re: The BCC Uprez Filter - Part 1. Using the Filter

    I noticed you didn't try in the Import Settings "Resize to fit format raster". I did some test between this setting and "Do not resize smaller images" for still images and resize to fit format raster did a much better job on small images.


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