Alright I have a video that was shot in progressive mode and I wanted it to be interlaced cause it looks like **** from being shot in progressive. I was able to successfully convert it using JES Deinterlacer and it looks great, but then when I import it into iMovie the thumbnails look like the original progressive mode footage and when I export it it looks worse than the progressive footage. I just want to be able to import it into iMovie and maintain the interlaced look when I export it. Here's some screenshots of what I did- Original footage- Import to JES Deinterlacer- Double frames and slow down movie to half speed- Output settings- Now I have a slow motion version of the movie still in progressive with double the amount of frames and now I put it through JES again to make it interlaced. Import- Reinterlace settings- Output settings- Here is the interlaced product, everything is much clearer- So then I try to import it into iMovie and the thumbnails look exactly like the original progressive footage. Then I try exporting it and it looks even worse. Is there any way I can have the interlace footage "stick" so everything doesn't look like **** or am I gonna have to get it redone with the camera in interlaced mode.