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    I Have a huge problem!!
    I was shooting in Sony DSR-250P and used widescreen imaging by selecting the 16:9 mode in the menu.
    I have editing the movie with AVID software and make it quiktime reference to rendering in VEGAS 7.0. software.
    When I was rendering the movie, and burned this on DVD format (adobe encore xx), the picture on tv is terrible. particularly the fast moves. I know that the problems are interlaced systems. But what can I do that problem, because I want to pictures seems good on TV monitor. This is some facts on my render properties on VEGAS software. Is that somenthing wrong or could I have been change something properties and how??
    My render facts:

    Project Properties:
    PAL DV WideScreen (720x576; 25 fps)
    Field order: Lower field First
    Pixel Aspect Ratio: 1,4568 (PAL DV WideScreen)
    Deinterlace method: Blend Fields

    Clip Properties:
    Field order: Lower field First
    Pixel Aspect Ratio: 1,4568 (PAL DV WideScreen)

    Render Properties:
    MPEG-2
    Output Type: DVD (720x576)
    Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Display
    Profile: High Profile; Level: High Level
    Field order: Interlaced, Bottom Field First
    Video Quality: High (32)
    Constant Bit Rate (bps): 6 000 000
    Sampling format: 4:2:0
    Last edited by Joazon; 08-01-2007 at 09:52 AM.

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    Not something I worry about day to day (because my standard presets and templates take care of it all for me) but I thougth PAL was upper field first. Anyone?

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    HD is Upper Field First....SD, Lower

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joazon View Post
    I have editing the movie with AVID software and make it quiktime reference to rendering in VEGAS 7.0. software.
    I have a real problem why you have made an interim QT file? Can't you prepare a file for V7 other than that? I've had a problem with QT handling the 16:9 flag. Not saying you have the same, but do try a straight test WITHOUT using the QT.

    Just try a test and see - yeah?

    All your other settings is exactly what I would do.

    Thinking about it more, unless you have ALREADY had previous success with this QT interim, I'd be removing this highly compressed format from the picture. What compression is the QT anyway?

    Alan: PAL = LFF - have a dekko at the Vegas Templates, it is all LFF for PAL.

    Grazie

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    . .and that is PAL SD.

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    Now I regain to avid movie in to the cassettes. Then moved to vegas (video capture). and rendering the same way like QT reference. burning dvd and checking out on TV. Picture isnīt seems like improve .

    Is there any reason to look flat tv than picture tube tv? Plasma or LCD TV?

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