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Thread: Great on PC - Crap on TV.

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    Default Great on PC - Crap on TV.

    Hi All.
    I was hoping someone could help me ASAP, as i have a deadline. Tommorrow 3pm. Im producing footage for a community TV show.

    Im using Premier Elements. My final product looks great
    on the computer, and just as great when viewed with Windows
    Media Player.

    But once ive exported it and put it onto a disc to view on the TV, it
    looks a little jerky and almost as if it's flashing. Too much white
    appearing from somewhere. None of this jerkyness or flashing
    appears when i view it on the PC.

    This is the first time ive had this problem and have handed in
    work without this problem 3 times already.

    SOMEONE PRETTY PLEASE HELP ME.
    Desperate.
    THANKS

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    Usually, when there's a difference in quality between watching on a PC and watching on TV, it's got something to do with interlacing. But if you haven't changed any settings from previous 'good' projects, it's difficult to see why that would be the problem here.
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