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High (Anti-Aliased) vs. Basic

Posted: Sun, 27th Feb 2011, 8:46am

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ocjedi

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First time rendering a project & I don't know which one of these to pick (High vs. Basic). I'm making a video (AVI). Any help would be great.
Posted: Mon, 28th Feb 2011, 10:16am

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Simon K Jones

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The Lite products aren't officially supported anymore as they were discontinued many years ago.

When rendering you generally want to go for the best quality possible.
Posted: Mon, 28th Feb 2011, 4:19pm

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ocjedi

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In regard to this question, do you know which is better? Basic vs. Anti-Aliased.
Posted: Mon, 28th Feb 2011, 4:34pm

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Simon K Jones

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Anti-aliased will be superior in this case.