I am having issues with a video that has several logos on white tiles moving right to left on screen. They all appear extremely pixelated. As if they had no anti-aliasing. The source video is uncompressed and when I open it in Quicktime, the logos loook perfect as they move. I assume this is an issue with the embeded encoder in DSP4. I am producing a SD DVD and realize that the uncompressed file needs to be encoded to MPEG-2 format. The rest of the video on the DVD is fine, but the jagged logos are unacceptable. In the preferences for the encoder, I've chosen every option from One Pass CBR to Two Pass VBR and then import the video asset. No change. My source video is an anamporphic 4:3 720x480. It's design to stretch horizontally to fill a widescreen TV, but even if I don't stretch the picture on the TV, the logos still look like crap. Any suggestion? Can Compressor do anything? I don't relly know how to use it.