Where does it appear jumpy? When you play the disc on your TV's DVD player?
If it looks jumpy on your computer, it may be your disc player software. Are you using VLC Player, an excellent free download?
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Is the jumpy uniform or mostly at point of major motion in the content?
Have you tried applying just Field Options/Reverse Field Dominance? If so, any better, worse, same as if you had just selected Always Deinterlace?
1. Is you source media interlaced or progressive video? If interlaced, is Fields = Upper Field First or Lower Field First?
2. When you save an "MPEG" file, what are you setting for Field Order (See Advanced Button/Video Tab)?
Note DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc is standardized as interlaced with Field Order = Lower Field First.
3. Is jumpy = flicker, double looking images, or just plain jumpy?
Thank you so much.....I just applied reverse field dominance and this has fixed the problem!! I have spent so long trying to figure this out. Now I can now go back and fix all of my movies!!
Great, great news. Congratulations on your success.Good job.
Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions on this matter or other Premiere Elements issues.