Currently Being ModeratedJun 17, 2013 5:26 AM (in response to Henrik.N)
What are your sequence settings? Was it a progressive or interlaced sequence?
If you have interlaced clips, Compressor will typically do a better job of de-interlacing than FCP/FCE. So do that in Compressor before you bring them into FCP (or FCE).
Do a short test with a new 1080P sequence. Edit a progressive clip and a clip that has been de-interlaced in Compressor to the timeline. Export that test sequence as a QT movie. Encode it in Compressor with a DVD preset and bring that into DVDSP. Save it as a disk image and see what it looks like in DVD Player. Bring that QT movie into iDVD , save as a disk image and open in DVD Player. Compare the two results. I'd be surprised i iDVD looks better.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 18, 2013 3:45 AM (in response to Russ H)
Thank you for your answer!
I managed to solve the problem. The issue was that when I exported the film as "no self contained" the resolution was not realy 1920x1080 but 1400x1080. this resulted in that the pixels in the DVD were stretched out. When I exported it with quicktime conversion everything went as planned.