I've just exported a project I've re-edited recently, using Premiere Pro CS3. I'm using the production suite. I exported it to Microsoft AVI with Uncompressed as the codec, giving me the desired extremely large file. I then use this as my movie in Encore CS3, and after I build the DVD, etc, I see that the video shows the individual "interlaced lines" artifacts on quick movement.
Now, I did this exact process using Premiere Pro 1.5 and Encore 2.0 and the lines were NOT there...but I have to do it on CS3 for technical reasons too numerous to explain here. Point is, using the older versions, I see the workflow works in their case.
Any ideas what might be my trouble now? I notice in Premiere Pro CS3 there are more settings in the export, etc. Should I change one of these? In Encore, would it make a difference if I changed the max bitrate of the project?
Preview quality in the Monitor panel in CS3 is equivalent to the old "High Quality" in version 2.0. This setting shows both fields of interlaced video, so on a progressive monitor like a computer monitor, you will see interlacing artifacts if your Monitor panel zoom level is set to 100%.
Try setting the zoom to "Fit". The artifacts will go away.