New here so please don't flame me if this post is in the wrong place...! I have an ageing Panasonic NV-EX1 MiniDV camera from which I have captured video via Firewire and Windows Movie Maker 2 under XP Professional via the built in 1394 port on my Creative Audigy sound card.
The problem I have is that my captured video as well as showing interlace lines has horrendous ghosting of the images during motion shots. The interlacing I can live with as it disappears when I convert to a DVD compliant MPEG2 stream with TMPGEnc but the ghosting still stays. I have tried all combination of Interlace/Deinterlace, Minimise Ghosting, Field Order etc in TMPGEnc to no avail. My videos are purely for playback on PC so I want to get rid of this ghosting but can't seem to. Is there something odd about Panasonic cameras...? What am I doing wrong...? Does everyone experience this...?
I attempted to take a screen capture to show the problem but it didn't work - I guess due to the way the movie is played back with overlay or something...? Anyways, any help greatly appreciated...!