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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?

Thx.
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