Please explain your need for an option.
The only time de-interlacing is required is when going from an interlaced source to a progressive destination. Anything else does not require de-interlacing.
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Before you go to Media Encoder select your final video in the timeline and then go to -> video options -> field options -> deinterlace
This replaces the CS3 easy option of just ticking a (de-interlace) box
This is where I sourced the info: http://www.avforums.com/forums/camcorders-video-editing/883688-giving- footage-film-look-adobe-premiere-pro-cs4.html#post8347287
Hope this helps!