Here we go. I'm watching Relocation Relocation in a window. I notice a weird distortion on a fast panning shot. I think that must be a pannig blur and has something to do with interlacing on the TV signal. I play it back over RGB and its a beauty, top of the range blur. So I try different filters and I find that I can make the blur terrible with a weave interlace. And reduce it with TomsMoComp to nearly nothing. So I think take some pictures. I found that I can't. No matter how fast the shutter speed or multiple frames per second. I can't take a picture of the blur. So I get out my DV camcorder and record the blur. Play it back and its not there, the camcorder can't see it. My thoughts, the blur is something to do with interlaced signal processing and the reason some people see it more than others is because its related to the colour wheel rainbow effect. Can someone else confirm this for me, anyone got a DV cam and a blur? EDIT many months later. What you can see in the picture is not a blur, just a fast panning shot. The blur effect looks very different and is sort of looks like colours along the leading edges of the image. Using an HTPC has removed any blurs and I haven't seen any in months. Or any other image problems tbh.