Help. Problems exporting analog files from premiere to avi.

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I'm new to video editing and I've noticed that when I export an anolog
captured video from premiere to an avi file or to dvd, the video looks
choppy when theres medium to fast panning. I don't have this issue with
digital video or photos though. I also tried exporting the same file
from Pinnacle Studio to a dvd to compare the two and the dvd from
Pinnacle comes out looking just like the actual analog video should
look, smooth and not digitally chopped up. Is this a common issue or
are their ways to fix this? Can you use Pinnacle's encoder to use with
Premiere 1.5? Any answers would help, thanks!
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    "king james" wrote ...
    > I'm new to video editing and I've noticed that when I export an anolog
    > captured video from premiere to an avi file or to dvd, the video looks
    > choppy when theres medium to fast panning. I don't have this issue
    > with
    > digital video or photos though. I also tried exporting the same file
    > from Pinnacle Studio to a dvd to compare the two and the dvd from
    > Pinnacle comes out looking just like the actual analog video should
    > look, smooth and not digitally chopped up. Is this a common issue or
    > are their ways to fix this? Can you use Pinnacle's encoder to use with
    > Premiere 1.5? Any answers would help, thanks!

    I'd check the field order (even/odd first) on export.
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