I am using Adobe Premiere CS5, works fine.
Now I am trying to reedit old home videos so I imported VOB files from my burned DVDs. 4:3 ratio movies, I expand these so I have full widescreen (16:9) view.
Video and audio seem to be all right.
However when I try to export the new file (to 16:9), horizontal movements are not ok, the persons or objects which move horizontally (quickly) are not ok, the outlines are weird.
So within Adobe Premiere there is no problem, but after exporting the file (AVI), it just doesn't look right on the TV.
Your vob's are probably upper field and avi's are always lower, that could be the cause.
But why avi for tv and how do you project this avi on your tv?
avi's are always lower
Well...DV files in the AVI wrapper maybe.
VOB files are highly compressed... a DV AVI file is about 13Gig per hour, a VOB of that same hour compressed to fit on a DVD
When you edit a VOB and then export, you are adding a second compression... so your results are not going to be all that great
It may help to read Bill Hunt on editing a VOB/MPG file http://forums.adobe.com/thread/464549