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  1. I have a short movie that I edited and I converted it to SVCD in ffmpegX. The first time I did, it looked good but whenever the camera moved or a person moved, the video was blurry. The way it looked was as if I was only seeing half the fields per second that I should. In my second attempt, I opened the video in Quicktime and chose single field in movie properties. This seemed to fix the problem but the video ended up looking choppy. Any idea on how to fix the problem?
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  2. Open the original video up in Quiktime Player Pro and open the Movie Properties box then turn on High Quality and single field in the High Quality section for the video.

    Save the file with dependencies and re-encode... this should now work.

    apt
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  3. Uhh, yeah, that's what I did. I said that in my post....
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  4. Sorry I need to read the full post in furture....What quality is your original source?

    apt
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