Hello, Im about to do a video in which I shoot in 30P with a static camera, and do all the zooming and panning in post. It would seem that if I shot in 60i, this would create major problems in post, as every other pixel up or down I move the frame would cause the field order to reverse. I do not want to shoot in 24p, as some older DVD players will not play this. 1. Since my HF-100 outputs 30P material into 60i, I need to use a primitive deinterlacer that simply puts the fields together, and does not lose resolution. (I believe this happens automatically when removing the telecine from 24P footage). Which deinterlace function in FCP does this for30P? 2. SD anamorphic is 720x480, but I assume the pixels are very rectangular (wide). Ill be working in 1920x1080 ProRes (square pixels). When Im zooming in on my subject, what' the minimum ProRes pixels I need so I dont lose resolution when converting into SD anamorphic (how far can I zoom in)? 3. Once Im done working with the footage, what function(s) do I use to reinterlace the footage before compressing it into MPEG-2 for DVD? Should the reinterlacing be done in Compressor or FCP? Thanks in advance.