Hello, I'm not every experienced, which may be made clear by the following:
I'm putting together a video presentation of a manufacturing operation. Included in this is some captured footage of a computer screen doing a simulation of the finished product(s). I captured this footage using Screen Recorder Pro, and the resulting footage looks just fine. The program captures it at true resolution so it is actually much larger than the 740x480 resolution that it ends up as.
To resize I've used the right-click -> scale to frame size option in Adobe Premiere Pro 2. This is all just fine, until I encode the "finished" video. The footage from the capture looks horrible, although it improves when I deinterlace the frames...
Simple question, is there any known trick to getting a better end result with this type of footage?