I have a feature documentary that we are showing in schools. It was shot in SD PAL interlaced, but most schools screen it with a laptop and projector. I've noticed that the quality suffers, predominantly when there is motion in the picture. This doesn't happen when played through a conventional DVD player. Also the subtitles are blocky when played back on a computer.
I'm assuming this is something to do with interlaced v progressive formats. Could anyone advise how I should compress the output to achieve a higher quality if using a laptop for screening? Thank you so much
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