I am working on a stop-motion animation done with a digital camera and also have a couple of live action clips filmed with a dv camcorder. I rendered the stop-motion shots into QT mov files in FCP using animation as the compression and then brought them into the project timeline and added some of the live footage as well. The problem is that when I preview the timeline (or scrub it) the clips created from the digital camera shots look fine but the clips from the live footage have that ugly interlacing effect where the edges of the moving elements break up into little horizontal lines. Even if I render the timeline to a QT movie, the problem persists. I also tried rendering the live footage on its own with de-interlace footage ticked, but that just made it look rougher. Can anyone suggest how to get the live footage to look as clean as the clips created from the digital stills? Thanks for any advice.