You can select Always Deinterlace for the slomo's
Do not use Match Source Attributes it does not use the correct settings.
If you want your whole movie deinterlaced you can set the export settings to No Fields, no need to do the clips.
Thanks, but everything about "match source attributes" in the preset, not the check box above to the left of the preset, has been producing awesome results. This is just when I export out of premiere. Then in Encore it's transcoded I suppose to make it work on DVD, right? What's wrong with match source, what is the alternative?
I suppose "You can select Always Deinterlace for the slomo's" means I only need to select those particular clips that I've cut? Can you elaborate so I feel like I understand more what's happening. Does that result in a DVD with mixed results and effect anything?
And, as an alternative to just selecting the clips and always deinterlacing, can i simply just change the whole thing to no fields, will that fix all the slo motion clips without making them always deinterlace individually?
For Match Source Attributes AME will use the I frame only codec which is used for preview, this will downgrade the export quality.
Do some experimenting on the Always Deinterlace on the slomo's and No Fields on export and a mix setting. That is the only way to see what suits you best.
I feel I shouldn't have to experiment, although I did. I say I shouldn't have to because everyone knows what is good slow motion and what is horrible. The end result is horrible most of the time when doing it in post. Yes, deinterlacing helps, but no matter what I do I just can't seem to get it to work right so I took it out of the project. It would have been cool but it ends up being too jumpy looking no matter what I do. I assume maybe I'm going to slow with it, I don't know, I just know that it sucks. So, this feature in Adobe Premiere doesn't consistently look good at all. I did get it to work good a time or two, but other times it just sucks.