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    Dear all,

    I am using pro 2.0 my source is dv avi
    whenever i export to dvd the resulting video is deinterlaced on fast camera motion, i use these settings(deinterlace, 720x480i, 7000cbr, Bottom Field First)
    However i tried different settings like (interlace, progressive....) or lower field first but can't seem to get any better result
    please can i repair this ?

    thank you
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    Last edited by robairlb; 10-02-2007 at 07:32 AM.

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    To me that looks like a focus issue, And theres not much you can do with it. Someone else might have an idea.
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    hmmm. try taking off deinterlace in the export settings, and in the timeline experiment with the clips, right click a clip and go to field order (i think thats it) and try different settings there, for me when i was using .avi and burning it to a dvd, i would export the finished project as an avi file with only the speed changed clips deinterlaced, then import that to encor and it will convert it to a dvd file (mpeg-dvd), you can do this in premiere, but i prefer encore to do it automatically.

    not sure if thats the answer you were looking for but i tried
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    ok here is a sample of my encoded vob
    notice the edges on fast motion it is blured like double frames
    how to fix it

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    Quote Originally Posted by robairlb View Post
    Dear all,

    I am using pro 2.0 my source is dv avi
    whenever i export to dvd the resulting video is deinterlaced on fast camera motion, i use these settings(deinterlace, 720x480i, 7000cbr, Bottom Field First)
    However i tried different settings like (interlace, progressive....) or lower field first but can't seem to get any better result
    please can i repair this ?

    thank you
    For a DVD you want the signal interlaced so do not deinterlace during export. I detect NTSC settings in your post. I suggest you start by choosing a standard NTSC export template and just run with that without changing anything. Once youget there then start tweaking things as you want them. But if it's a DVD you want to play on a regular TV then you want it interlaced. It'll look naff on a PC but great on a TV.

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    I tried to interlace and deinterlace but my vob are always blurred if you noticed in the sample
    file above like it has double edges on camera movement
    some told me this could be blend deintrelace but still not able to fix it
    thanks for any help
    Last edited by robairlb; 10-08-2007 at 06:24 AM.

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