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Forgot to clarify - the problem on playing back the DVD is not on the computer monitor but on the TV DVD player. I've tried several players and TV's. They play the original disk that I burn from the TV program without problem, but had the judder when playing the PE7 burnt DVD.
If you're going to use DVD video as your source file in Premiere Elements, you need to use the project settings for a DVD or hard drive camcorder, otherwise you'll run into the interlacing issues you describe.
To set your project settings, start a new project and click the project settings button. (You can only set project settings when you first begin a project.)
This is why:
Thanks - I redid the project - used the DVD/hard drive as the source, checked using GSpot and found that the video did need an interlace change to reverse the field dominance (& did that), but the result still wasn't good, so I tried again & found the best solution was to burn with no interlacing at all.
Checked the disc on 3 different DVD players & it worked great on all of them! Now I can get back to the old projects that had stalled.
Appreciate your help.
Great news, Tim!