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I've no direct experience, but it's long been my understanding that one generally works with Flash sources and make Flash videos using Flash, not Premiere.
Thank you for responding to my post. My question is can I edit and output in Non-DV format (non-interlaced video) with CS3?
I mentioned using Flash because I wanted it to be known I was starting with square pixel art. My final goal is to make DVD movie. I use Premiere to edit the scenes. I work in animation, some traditional hand drawn, painted in Photoshop, and some Flash generated. My end results needs to be a high resolution QT movie.
I've been using Premiere 5.1 and for years (Premiere 4 before that). I would like use Premiere CS3, but I need to export without the interlaced video. Can this be done in Premiere CS3?
I imagine you could. Play around with the project settings when you create the project and see what's what.
You can certainly use a Custom or Standard preset that specifies 24p or 30p. One that should work is DV - 24p Widescreen. Then when you export make sure that you keep it progressive and there will be no interlacing.