Hello in the round, I have a question, and please understand that I will rephrase somewhat amateurish, because I lack the terminology in the case and I am still new to the "business" am.
I have a football game with the JVC GY-cut HM100 rotated, all with Final Cut Pro and edited (1080i50). Where everything okay, if I export as mov everything looks the way I wanted it to me. When I all but through the chase and Compressor with DVD Studio on DVD and then burn again on my tube TV look, the picture looks very strange. The contours of the players somehow seem "ausgefranzt" or lifted from the screen background. Anyway, the whole cheap and looks unreal ... When I made the same DVD on my Macbook monitor look it looks like it should. And if I just burn a mov with iDVD, DVD and me this look on the television, it looks so synonymous, as it should. Has anyone s.eine idea what my problem is and b) may be synonymous a hint what the reason may lie and how can I change this? Thanks for any help!
Antwort von thos-berlin:
I am not a connoisseur HDV. But I get a recording of a hard disk recorder that has recorded in MPEG and was kindly changed immediately after DV-AVI. The file shows you of the described effects.
Cause in this case was an incorrect field order.
Unfortunately, I can not help but practically, because I exclusively in SM with DV and therefore produce a medium in all my workflow always stay in the system.
Antwort von slacker:
Thanks for the answer! That would perhaps have ever had a first track?