I was hoping someone could give me some insight on a small problem I have in my first DVD Movie I have made using Premiere Pro 1.5. Everything is fine except when I made the DVD and played it on my Stand alone DVD player hooked to the TV I see minor ghosting from people walking or in my case the model rockets I shot on video.
I have used Sony Vegas Studio +DVD and even have used Premiere 6 (I would edit in Premiere 6 and use the Sony program to burn to DVD till I got my Premiere Pro 1.5 recently. I have edited and burned DVD's both in the Sony Program as well with no problems of ghosting) both and never had this problem with the ghosting. It is like when a person walks by in front of the camera you see like a blurring effect ghosting behind them. I did not use any effects like this in the video when I produced the video in Premiere Pro 1.5. This is what has me stumped why it is there.
On my Stand-alone DVD player, which is a Sony/VCR combo, there is little ghosting but noticeable. My friend has a Mitsubishi DVD player and it is more noticeable on his DVD player than mine. Now, if I play the DVD on my computer (and my friends computer) I see no ghosting at all. I have an LCD monitor and my friend has a CRT monitor.
My specs to my computer are as follows:
OS: Win XP PRO
Monitor: 17" Viewsonic VX710 LCD
CASE: Lian-Li Aluminum PC82
PSU : 550w Antec TruePower
MOBO: Intel D850GB
PROC: Intel 1.7 GHz Pentium 4
RAM : 512MB Samsung RDRam
IDE1: 100 GB Western Digital
IDE2: 120 GB Western Digital
IDE3: Pioneer 16x DVD-ROM Drive
IDE4: Sony DRU720A DVD-RW Drive
AGP : BFG 6800OC 128 meg
PCI3: Creative SoundBlaster Audigy Gamer
If you need anymore information, then let me know!
Thank You for your help!