Thin Outline Around Pohoshop Text

If I create text in Photoshop CS2 with a bevel and emboss, or some other looks, I get a thin white outline around the text when viewed inside Motion 2. I've tried importing the PSD file in numerous ways, I tried rasterizing the layer inside Photoshop but it stays the same. I rendered the movie to see if it would still be there - it is.
Here are some sample photos:
Thank You
- Daniel

You have a problem with alpha type.
Right click on your layer with text in Motion -> Reveal Source Media.
The Media tab should appear in Inspector. Change Alpha Type at the top of the list of parameters to Premultiplied-White.
That's all.

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