I just finished my first FCE project and FCE is awesome... but now I am trying to put it onto DVD. It is a hockey highlight video with a lot of slow motion, normal speed, and still frames along with titles and fades and some simple filters. The problem I have arises somewhere during the export procedure. When the exported sequence becomes a Quicktime video using the following--DVCPRO50 NTSC... it seems to be the correct one as the video has all the dimensions it should once burned onto DVD. This was attempt one resulting in what I thought was a success until a slow-motion clip appeared jittery or choppy as if it were missing frames (although in the FCE project the playback was as smooth as can be). What was worse were the still images (they seemed to twitch and vibrate just the same as if there were two or three still images fighting for center stage...) So I did some reading on here and elsewhere and found the possible solution of de-interlacing and assumed that maybe I needed to change the fps to a set amount and I had read that 29.97 (I might not be accurate on that number but it was somewhere close to that). So I saw that 'interlace' was the default selection but the only other option in the drop-down was 'progression' so I used that. So with 'progression' and the 29.97 fps I exported for my second time. The results were just the same--choppy slow motion clips and jittery stills (everything else seems fine though). It is very noticable and basically disturbing to the viewer. These results were viewed via DVD on a television. And one more thing is that would be important to know is that the Quicktime Movie runs and appears just as it should on my computer but only when burned to DVD does it show these symptoms. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!