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Deinterlace and progressive basically mean the same thing. Neither works very well within Premiere. That's best done by an outside application.
RE:Vision Effects makes a plug-in called FieldsKit which is supposed to be very good at deinterlacing.
wow! thanks for your help! i'm bummed / amazed to hear Premiere doesn't de-interlace very well. shows my ignorance, i guess...
I think it rather shows some poor engineering on Adobe's part, myself.
I'm newly coming to CS3 from iMovieHD where I was having the same problem. I just discovered that chosing an iMovie HD export dropdown option called "fit within dimensions" rather than "letterbox" completely solves the issue of a wretched (I'm mean *really* bad) looking derivative (exported) movie. So... can anyone steer me towards how one chooses betweeen similar options in CS3? Or perhaps, can anyone enlighten me on how these options differ? What's odd is that except for the letterbox black bars, the actual image sizes are identical, it's just that the "fit within dimensions" frames look (relatively) crisp and the "letterbox" frames look horribly interlaced...