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    I am using DVD Styler to create a simple DVD, but the final source looks to be interlaced. Maybe the term is not correct, but i have a lot of horizontal lines going though my video. Can someone help me out?
    Here's the GSpot screenshot of my source files
    http://i16.tinypic.com/80nkais.png
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  2. Yes, your source is interlaced. It should be burned to DVD as interlaced. If done properly you won't see any interlace comb artifacts when you watch on TV.
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    can you please elaborate on what you mean by the last part? what do you mean "if done properly"
    here are the settings that are used to generate the DVD, maybe i could change something here?
    http://i14.tinypic.com/6qcvmhe.png
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  4. It wouldn't have anything to do with the authoring. It would depend on the encoding, more specifically if you did an interlaced resize incorrectly.

    I'd suggest burning it to disc and testing it in your standalone. If you have any problems, then maybe a description of the source video and how you did the MPEG-2 encoding, along with a small sample of the output, would help.
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    well, looks like it was really that easy
    i used TMPGenc, and in the dropdown i had it set to interlaced. Doing it with progressive seems to have solved that problem
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