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How to eliminate interlaced lines when authoring a DVD

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Ben RichHow to eliminate interlaced lines when authoring a DVD
by on May 28, 2012 at 7:50:38 pm

I am having problems with the jagged interlaced lines appearing on the movement in my final DVD. My original source material in FCP 7 is progressive. I am using the default compression settings in Compressor for a "DVD Best Quality 90 min" and burning that file to a DVD in Toast. Any suggestions on what I can do to eliminate these lines on my final product? Im not sure where in the process I should make a change and wanted to ask for suggestions before I start experimenting and wasting DVDs and time.

Ben Rich
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Ian Liuzzi-FedunRe: How to eliminate interlaced lines when authoring a DVD
by on Jun 2, 2012 at 2:24:49 am

Crank up deinterlace in frame controls (don't forget to turn them on).



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Ben RichRe: How to eliminate interlaced lines when authoring a DVD
by on Jun 3, 2012 at 9:26:20 pm

Thank You, I'll give this a try. I don't understand though why I would need to de-interlace my video if the project is progressive and the target video for DVD is interlaced?

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Ian Liuzzi-FedunRe: How to eliminate interlaced lines when authoring a DVD
by on Jun 3, 2012 at 9:34:47 pm

I agree although I have found it helps. You should also crank up the retime filter and if you are coming from and HD project crank up the resize filter.



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