There should be a way to deinterlace your footage in PE. But I don't 
know for sure because I've not used this program, but it's a common 
filter in most editing programs. Also 3vix and h264 compression 
seems to so some deinterlacing as well. 

Bill Streeter
LO-FI SAINT LOUIS
www.lofistl.com

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> 
> I guess this means I'm now a vlogger.  Thanks to everyone for the 
advice 
> about Adobe Premiere Elements.
> 
> It's called FreeTime.  Please check it out at 
> http://www.weatherlight.com/freetime
> 
> Oh...and I had a question for all you video geeks.  I made the 
QuickTime 
> file using Adobe Premiere Elements default "LAN Downloadable" 
settings.  
> There seems to be a lot of REALLY bad interlacing going on in the 
final 
> result.  How the heck do I make that stop?
> 
> --
> Rhett.
> 
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