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RE: Horizontal lines

First remember that interlaced material is not drawing a full frame at a time. It is only half a frame so you will notice horizontal lines. When producing output for the web or a computer, you should de-interlace the output. I use the QuickTime export for that. If you are exporting to create a DVD via iDVD, then the de-interlacing step shouldn't be needed since DVDs are interlaced material.

The other thing I can think of is a worse case scenario. iMovie 7,8 and maybe 9 have an issue with DV interlaced material. I found the problem being discussed on this very long thread at Apple; Apple - Support - Discussions - DV video quality ...

A possible solution to that problem was posted here; The iMovie Output Project

As for the choppy or short clips, I don't have an answer. Potentially your import is not clean and is dropping frames. It is best to capture to drive other than your internal one, although I have captured to an internal one with success. I could speculate a little further but don't want to write a guessing book.

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When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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