Another option you could try


Another option you could try is to convert the file to a Blu-Ray AVC H.264 file, since there is allowance in that profile for interlace, since there are Blu-Rays out there that have 1080i video (although most Blu-ray's, when they include SD material the SD material is in MPEG-2), plus the Blu-Ray H.264, as far as I'm aware, is also used for broadcast.


But the majority of the H.264 profiles are designed for internet transmission.


Upconverting DVD and Blu-Ray players tend to have the best upscaler's and de-interlacers out there, so with discs just get yourself a $25 dollar DVD player from Walmart that upconverts and you can see your video in the best possible HD upconversion possible.

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