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The great oxymoron: moving stills, still pictures shown in documentaries, and zoomed in or out, to give motion to the still.


My plasma (Fujitsu 5001) doesn't handle these at all well, basically dissolving the picture into a hash of straightline artifacts, independent of the DVD player or settings.


Anybody else notice this problem? It's quite apparent on the documentaries accompanying Sunset Blvd. and Roman Holiday, for instance.
 

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It sounds like you have the deinterlacing set for video, while the material you're watching is filmed in video mode. This is common on the supplementary material on DVD's (the 'behind the scenes' stuff.) If the 'auto' setting for your DVD's interlacing doesn't work properly on this material, set it to 'video' and that should clear up the feathering.


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Correction: I meant to say it sounds like you have your player's deinterlacing mode set to 'film', while the material is using video interlacing.


Setting your player to 'video' should fix it.


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