I'm not new to video compression but any SD DVD I produce using Toast 10 has very noticeable combing - a bit like exaggerated interlacing, only occurring with vertical movement.
I'm running the latest Toast 10 under the latest Snow Leopard and Quicktime.
It is not just a progressive computer monitor issue as it looks the same on a CRT when played in a standard DVD player
Other DVDs encoded by other means (usually Compressor) look great on the same monitor
It's not like typical interlacing which you'd get on a cpmputer monitor, more like an enlarged version
Tried every setting and combination of settings in the custom tab (i.e upper field,bit rates etc.)
Source material is DVCProHD 1080i but I've also tested ProRes and DVCPRo50, same problem
Is anyone having the same issues ? Like I said, I normally use Compressor but apart from this, the quality is very good and it's much quicker.
I also produce Blu-Ray and they're fine.
Any help appreciated
PS Meant "an SD DVD" in my post title, not "a SD DVD", can't find a way to edit it !