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    Originally posted by roberteker View Post
    Are you having the same problem as these people?

    https://forums.unrealengine.com/deve...with-sequencer

    Adding your voice to existing threads might be more effective than starting new ones that might get lost in the sea of voices...

    yes i am!

    continuing post there:
    https://forums.unrealengine.com/deve...with-sequencer

    thanks

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    Originally posted by presto423 View Post
    It could partly be the .avi format and render resolution of 1280 x 720. Try mpeg4 or a different format. AVI requires certain codecs to be installed on the computer, and it utilizes some of the older codecs.
    its a still i want as ouput so swapped it for .png and tried at larger res but same result.
    thanks though

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  • replied
    It could partly be the .avi format and render resolution of 1280 x 720. Try mpeg4 or a different format. AVI requires certain codecs to be installed on the computer, and it utilizes some of the older codecs.

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  • replied
    Are you having the same problem as these people?

    https://forums.unrealengine.com/deve...with-sequencer

    Adding your voice to existing threads might be more effective than starting new ones that might get lost in the sea of voices...

    Leave a comment:


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    Seems my order of images are wrong. Last image is viewport and first is render output. Might be hard to tell a difference anyway due to the fact I had to reduce the resolution by some amount because of the upload file size limit of the forum.

    Thanks in advance for any ideas/fixes.

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    sequencer render ouput is awful quality

    Hi,

    Anyone know why my sequencer render output would look worse than my actual ue4 realtime environment?

    Seen a couple of posts on this forum and elesewhere but trying the following:

    - turning on 'Use Separate process' and
    - trying all of the available Anti Aliasing options under Settings

    but no matter what the render output looks a million times worse than in viewport!!

    anyone know whats going on here?

    thanks
    Dan
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