Yes, seeing the same thing. Try selecting your video in the timeline and then go File>Export>Movie. Then go to Settings, in General select File Type as Quicktime. Then in Video for Compressor select DV/DVCPRO - NTSC (if your in a Widescreen project the 16:9 should already be set against 720x480) and select Save. Then in the Export Movie window save your movie.
I think that did the trick!
It's weird that doing it through the Share menu is so messed up. The rendering time is way different, too. Doing it through the Share menu was taking about 15 minutes to render a 6-minute video, but doing it through File->Export does it in like 4 minutes.
Thanks a lot!
My guess would be that there is one more setting in the Share route that is not being made. Similar can occur in PrPro (before CS4), where one could do the Export, either via Export>Movie, or Export>AME (Adobe Media Encoder). With the former, most settings were acquired from the Project info. With the latter, one had many more controls, but these did not directly come over from the Project. With the additional screens to adjust the Export, it was easy to miss something.
Now, with PrE, there could be something else coming into play too.
BTW for an SD NTSC DV Project, you will want the 720 x 480. That is why it is "locked." The difference between the 4:3 and the 16:9 is the PAR - 0.9 vs 1.2.