I shot a home video. One part of the raw footage was encoded with one codec, the second part of the video was encoded with another codec. Im not immediately sure which was which.
I edited these two pieces of film into a final movie in Premiere, and saved it in normal DV format. Everything looked great.
I designed the DVD in Encore, imported the footage and built a disc. Now, when I play the disc (or even play it with WMP while the disc image is on the harddrive), the parts of the movie which were encoded with a certain codec are REALLY ghost-y. Like, the video is really unstable looking, especially with motion. The other parts of the same movie are FINE.
What could be my problem? Anyone know a fix?
I tried this: Remember how i edited the movie in premier and exported the whole thing to DV? Well, I took that and encoded it with mjpeg (i think its called). Then I used THAT mjpeg encoded video in encore and built the DVD. Still same problem.
Is this an interlacing issue? Perhaps one of the footage pieces was encoded with deinterlacing and the other not?