Clean upscaling of static text/graphics by auto-converting to vector
A means for Premiere to identify rasterized static text/graphics that has been upscaled (causing loss in quality) and re-render it using vectors so it appears clean and lossless again.
For example. Client provides a powerpoint presentation at XVGA resolution. Text + Shape based graphics. No motion. When you scale the individual slides up to 1080, it causes a visible quality loss. However, nothing about the graphics is difficult to re-create. Basic shapes and text only.
If Premiere could identify graphics like this, and "re-build" them using vectors, that would maximize quality, and remove the need to circle back with client or graphic artist that provided the assets in the first place.