Please don't kick me off if someone already asked this, but I don't if someone else has this type of question, and I don't want to look for an answer. I have started using Avi-synth for about a month now, and I do think that this is a very effective and rewarding way to make the movies because there is no extra time used up for creating the movies using the filters in Virtual Dub from the frame-serving method of VFAPI. I have a problem fixing a pure-FILM movie I have. It seems that the c-frames (Interlaced) have a very unpleasing horizontal after-effect that seem to have no solution to remove. I've tried just about every filter that has to do with de-interlacing, and the only thing that slighty made it less noticable was Field-Deinterlacer. Sould I try a different filter, or is this not the problem. Has anyone else have this problem, or did i do something wrong in the encoding process. I am currently using the newer method, using the DG thing, you know the DGIndex and the DGDecode thing that the GK Rippack has, but I didn't get it from that. I followed some of the things that the happyuser had in his "The True Way To Make DivX" and filled in some of my own stuff. Hopefully you will guys will have the answer, but if not, could someone tell me where I would find an appropriate forum like doom9 or the avi-synth webpage? Thank You. L8ter.