This is my first post - I searched thru all the threads about Interlacing but I couldn't really find a solution - so forgive me if this was already covered:
I'm editing together a 'music video' for a band from footage that I was given.
Camera one is a Sony HDDV - the footage wasn't HD though. The rushed were given to me as .Avi's.
The 2nd cam was a Video8 and I was given a Authored DVD of the footage.
So using Sony Vegas 6 on a PC running windows - I did my editing. I noticed mouse teeth on my monitor but wasn't too worried as the finished piece was to be view via a TV rather than a monitor..
When I rendered it and Authored it there was still Mouse teeth in the faster moving scenes. I tryed various combinations:
Playing them as Mpeg 1+ 2 with no Authoring.
With and Without Blend.
With Progressive Scan.
Nothing makes a difference when i play it on the TV.
Could it be how the video is captured in the first place? The Interlacing is more noticable on the Sony footage (I changed Video8 to B/W)..
Could this be the problem?