Conversion Error - Low-Quality Video
"Low-Quality Video" refers to an image sequence that exhibits visual qualities lesser than the primary source image.
Low-Quality Video impacts the Content Quality of the asset. Customer experience is adversely affected if the integrated footage is of such a low quality compared to program footage that it is unwatchable. Low quality may make people or shapes on screen blurry or noisy. This issue may be creative intent or inherent to source footage. Any video created from this asset will contain Low-Quality Video.
The low quality image is very apparent, distracting, and does not show any evidence that it's creative intent.
On archival footage integrated into program.
Image quality stands out blatantly in program and does not look like it belongs.
How to Prevent:
Avoid using lower quality stock footage when possible.
Footage should be replaced with high quality footage to match resolution and quality of the surrounding shots.