Viewing interlaced material on a computer flat panel can be misleading. Does it look fuzzy on its intended destination
Yes the final output has the same issue. As you can see from the 2 images the one from CS4 is blurry and the one from CS3 is not.
You missed my point I think. You created output designed for an interlaced crt. But that is not how we are viewing it
One question please: are these the same exact Frames? If not, then just one Frame to either side could well look different.
Just curious and good luck,
I am saying this is the same issue on multiple outputs, LCD monitors, TVs, etc. I have also tried different viewing software when viewing on the computer screens.
What happens when you encode to something different?
Has the time line /clip been "de-interlaced?
You are absolutely correct. Unfortunately I do not have a player that will allow exact frame selection/position. But the problem is persistent throughout the entire footage created with CS4 and does not exist at all in the footage created with CS3. However to make sure; I imported both scenes into CS4 and output the exact same frames and have uploaded them here for you to review. I output them as bmp with premier and then converted to jpg for this site. Also please note this problem is more obvious in video form then in image frames:-)