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holgerschlegel 01-29-2003 04:50 AM

Most of the time I encode films captured from tv. These films are - by the nature of the source - interlaced. If I want to archive these films to cdr using a resoution highter then 352x288 I has the burn them as svcd (because my dvd player doesn't support other vcd resolutions).

The question: Should I use MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 to encode an interlaced source at 480x576? As far as I understand it, MPEG-1 does not support interlaced material and therefore the film has to be deinterlaced. :?:

If the film must be deinterlaced, what is the best way to do this?

If the film remains interlaced and I want to used GripFit to resize the film, must I used something like the interlaced resize option of FitCD? And if so,
where to place the SeperateFields and Weave commands?


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