looks like your source footage is 1080p 25 ( which is progressive , not interlaced )... so maybe you could try this setting for playing on computer...
edit: you'll notice my source is 2997.. as I dont have 25 fps...I just put the setting of 25 there FOR YOU..I would use 2997 for my own footage...
of course dvd would be different export type.. ( mpg 2 dvd )...
if 1080p is too much for your computer to play nice, you might try downscaling to 720p, 25 fps progressive
typically you try to match your project setting to your source footage and then export accordingly...either the same dimensions and fps and 'type' etc... or downscale for web , dvd, etc...
Thanks for the response.
Someone else said i should downscale it to a 720. Think this may be the option.
Just while i have someone who knows wthat there on about here,,,, Is there an actual export setting for an Mpg2? And would you reccomend that or just try the saving as the 720?
I thought i did have the comp settings as the same as the original files but maybe not?
If you want high quality picture make a Bluray.
For DVD export to mpeg2-dvd pal widescreen progressive and tweak the bitrate a bit higher.
You will get two files one for video and one for audio.
Burn those to dvd.
See how that works out.
Use RW's to save on coasters.
Your screen grab shows that you are exporting your progressive footage (sequence) to an interlaced (1080i preset)
And shootemz, your right.
would tht make the difference in what im experiencing?
Solved my problem.