Set scaling quality using Bicubic Sampling
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Learn a whole new way to scale layers: Bicubic sampling. After Effects' Bicubic interpolation feature uses at least four times as many pixels as are used in traditional Bilinear sampling. Author Jeff Sengstack demonstrates the advantages of Bicubic scaling when working with photos and video. Learn more from the complete After Effects training course at Infiniteskills.com.
Runtime : 00:05:19 Added : 06/18/2013
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