So I just bought DVDit PE for it's 16x9 support. The program is great, but I am running into field issues like you wouldn't believe. I tried the forums on Sonics site, but response seems very slow over there so I thought I'd try here: -I have recorded 16x9 video on a SONY DV Camera, I've captured the DV files through Premiere 6.0.1 (lower field first), edited them in Premiere and exported an uncompressed AVI file (lower field first) for my DVD authoring. -When I used my old DVD program (neoDVD), everything worked great! I had no video problems, but now (when I use DVDit PE), my video is stuttering on my TV. I've read the Sonic forums and people have been saying that you need to export your videos with "Upper Field First" checked. I tried this and still ran into the same results. -I've even tried reversing field order in my timeline and exporting to Upper, Lower, and No fields and I still run into problems. Actually, the "No Fields" option looked ok, but (obviously) the video was a bit soft (fuzzy). I also tried exporting several clips, all differently... -Upper Filed First -Lower Field First -No Fields (Results: "No Fields" looked blurry, the other 2 were jittery) -Reverse Field Order/Upper Filed First -Reverse Field Order/Lower Field First -Reverse Field Order/No Fields (Results: "No Fields" looked blurry, the other 2 were jittery. Also, All still graphics looked chisled except in the "No Fields" video) -Flicker Removal/Upper Filed First -Flicker Removal/Lower Field First -Flicker Removal/No Fields Etc. Can anyone give me exact steps on exporting these movies for DVDit? Has anyone run into this problem and has been able to fix it? I just ordered the Premiere 6.5 upgrade so I can try exporting MPEG2 files directly from Premiere (hopefully this will work), but I've been blowing through TOO many DVD-R's to warrant any more testing.