>raw video looks fine
Well... what IS that raw video?
Does your project 100% match that raw video?
What ARE your export settings?
I just found out that I had mistakenly converted some of the video I was using was to 24 fps.
Thanks for the consideration
I mistakenly set the Sequence to 24 fps.
I use wide screen standard definition.
I have a Canon XF-A1a.
I load tapes in using Windows Live Movie Maker and I get the default .avi files on my PC.
I also use my FS-H200 recorder with my A1 in the mode that produces Type 2 avi files.
I mistakenly created a DV-24 Sequence and put the video segments from my recorder on the time line.
I made a single 1 hour long file to use instead of the short segments.
I used the same DV-24 segement to edit my video.
The tape files on timeline looked a lot better than the concatenated file made by that same DV-24 segement.
I started all over again using the usual DV-NTSC sequence