First check the file in another player software. If it's a real issue, then we need to know the exact encoding settings. Such behavior usually indicates an incompatible CoDec that cannot handlöe custom resolution settings properly...
Thank you very much for the consideration, and the results proved satisfactory to that which you have provided in response. Changing it from MPEG 2-DVD to MPEG 2 demonstrated the necessary transition. However, although MPEG 2-DVD is a subset of MPEG 2, the video must be able to preview on a DVD Player on a home system. Perhaps the dimensions of the origina, or exported project at 1920x1080 (I will have to verify if required for solution) offset the details for a smaller frane at 720x480? In any case, the multiplexer for MPEG 2 was set to DVD, so does this ensure the compatibility to view on DVD Player (On most new systems)? Thanks!
any modern device that will play a file will play an MP4 with H.264 compression. That's the current universal standard and what I use for 99.9% of my deliverables. I would use the AME (Adobe media encoder) and one of the standard presets. Make sure you're using multi pass rendering for highes quality.