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I am surprised that you had to reverse field dominance if you converted the vob to DV-AVI in NERO. Try a trial burn without the reverse field dominance.
Hallo Paul LS
You have also been my good advisor 2 years ago - thanks again.
Perhaps I have not been clear: When I make DV-AVI type 2 I shall not reverse, and the line above the timelineline is grey. The line gets red when I reverse and I render. But same bad result.
Therefore I tried DV-AVI type 1 and the line was red, I rendered - bad result. I reversed, the line was red, I rendered - same bad result.
I tried AVI, without and with reversing, same bad result. (But I cannot use this, because my 5 DVD will take more than 200 GB).
The original DVD in my DVD player and television are ok.
When I play the Nero exported files in Windows Media player I already can see the problem.
When I checked the Nero exported files with GSpot it says BFF, therefore I should not reverse, but I tried.
Do you have more advices?
If you play interlaced files (such as DV-AVI) in a media player on a computer monitor then you will see the interlacing "jaggies" unless you tell the media player to deinterlace. However if you play an interlaced DVD on a TV then there should be no problem. Not sure why you are seeing this.
Hallo Paul LS
Thanks for your reply.
The last hours I have made a trial project, exporting from Nero with different settings, burned on a DVD+RW and watched on TV.
The best result was export as MPEG2, smart encoding enabled, Top Field First!!!, imported in PE and changed the field dominance. This was even much better than same settings but Bottom Field First and no change in PE.
The export as DV-AVI type 2 showed on TV flickering/shaking/vibrating pictures. I did not reverse field dominance. The result was a little better than DV-AVI type 1.
For all exports the still pictures on TV were ok with sharp borders.
When I looked on the PE DVD preview monitor all exports had as still pictures no clear borders (greyed) and when the camcorder or the objects moved I can see different ending of borders in every other line.
When I look at the working monitor in PE everything in my 8 trial-exports looks fine, both still pictures and also during movements of camcorder or objects.
I am no expert and started this topic, calling the problem for interlacing. Can there be other reasons?
Do you have further advice for me?
If you had no trouble with PE2 up til now reinstall PE2.
Or maybe after 2 years a clean install is in order.