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    Having problems creating a good quality DVD file of an edited video. Video looks fine on the timeline but the resulting DVD is very juddery, especially on panning clips. On clips where there is no panning the quality is really good. The video source is a DVD camcorder and have imported the VOB files directly. I have a PC 1GB RAM, 3Mhz Pentium with a Radeon X300 SE 128MB HyperMemory graphics card. Any ideas? Thanks, Richard

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    This sounds the same as my thread below. I wonder if Premiere Elements is at fault ?

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    Partially resolved this now - info is contained in Andy Parr's thread on "Juddering movement"

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