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    Default Vertical Lines On Movement

    Hi,

    I have captured an AVI from my DV cam, and when converting to an SVCD playing back in my dvd player on TV, I notice that any kind of quick movement, either by the cameraman or by someone in the shot (quick movement might be moving their hands/arms etc..), reults in vertical lines.

    I hope that makes sense!! hehe

    Is there a way to remove these??

    Thanks

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    Hmm.. I've done some research and found out that I may need to "de-interlace" my video.

    The question I have now is, do I deinterlace my DV-AVI or the MPEG (the MPEG was created from the DV-AVI)

    And will I lose any quality when doing so (in either of the above formats), or will it simply get rid of the "vertical lines" and leave everything else as it was.

    Thanks

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    at work at the mo (so risking my life being on the internet ), but do a search on the forums for de-interlace / deinterlace and you'll find the answer

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    Hey Marc (i'm also at work!! hehe)

    I did a search, but nothing really tells me much about my query. Just says that you need to "deinterlace".

    Hmmm....

    I mean, de-interlacing shouldn't affect the quality right? It should just smooth out the horizontal lines?

    Should I deinterlace the AVI or MPEG? (question as previously posted above)

    Does TMPGenc have this deinterlacing option etc..?

    Does anyone have a copy of TMPGenc Plus? I have a trial, but I think it's expired now and I wouldn't want to pay for this software JUST to deinterlace.

    Are there any *free* software titles that can do this? I don't think PowerDirector v3.0 has these options (although I will check it tonight).

    Thanks Marc

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    Still at work (and one of the directors is now next to me!), however, TMPGenc can do the job and there's an explanation of how to do this on my site at www.marcpeters.co.uk

    It should be in one of the TMPGenc guides or the Premiere guide...

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