I have some footage on my computer that was ripped from a DVD MPEG Streamclip (legitimately -- it's something we own). It is in Raw DV format. Scenario #1: I take the footage and I export it to a Quicktime Movie (h264) using Quicktime Pro. The video looks clean, smooth, and looks pretty good when I burn it to a DVD in Toast. Scenario #2: I take the footage and dump it straight into Toast, and burn a DVD. The video has a lot of jagged edges (like around logos and text) and does not look smooth at all. With #2, I'm suspecting it has something to do with interlacing, but I'm not sure. What can I do about this? I would think using the Raw DV would be preferable, since it's 'untouched', full resolution and not converted into another format like it was with the h264, but it seems like the opposite is true. What am I doing wrong? Any help would be appreciated.