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    Please advise.

    I burnt old iMovie HD projets to DV (full quality) for archival purposes.

    Later I created Disc Images from the DV's, using these settings in Toast 10:

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    When played on my iMac the SD video's from the disc images look like they should:

    http://files.videohelp.com/u/203833/2.%20first%20steps%20(2003-2004).dv

    But, when burnt to DVD (again by using Toast), they look bad on my standalone DVD-players. There's some flickering, a stroboscopic effect:

    http://files.videohelp.com/u/203833/VTS_01_1.vob

    Any idea what's wrong?
    Last edited by HitTheRoad; 6th Apr 2014 at 06:35.
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    Why two threads? I removed your other thread.

    You must reupload the attachment.
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    Baldrick, I posted the same thread again since I didn't see my thread after the first time I posted.
    Last edited by HitTheRoad; 6th Apr 2014 at 06:52.
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  4. Your field dominance is wrong. Don't set it to automatic.

    Edit: just double checked your clips with Mediainfo. The bad clip is top field first, set your encoder to to lower or bottom field first.
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    smrpix, Thank you for your help.

    In the meantime I solved the problem by readjusting the settings in Toast.

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    The video now looks great on DVD.
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  6. Yes, that's what I meant.
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    Glad it worked out for you.
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