I have what seems to be an unsolvable problem. I am unable to export edited video footage from my computer to my camcorder without the picture either freezing or breaking up. I have consulted several people regarding this problem. The first was a technician at Kent Institute of Art and Design where I am a student, the second was a computer consultant and also various other people including magazines. With the first two people I took my computer to their premises where they investigated the problem and said that it was working fine. On returning home with the computer and trying it out the problem was still present. I don't understand how it can work in two different situations and not in my own home. My computer has two hard drives of 40GB each, the second one I use for video storage. It also has approx 560mb of RAM. My editing program is Adobe Premiere 6.5. The computer operating system is Microsoft XP professional and it is fitted with Pinnacle Express DV. It has been suggested to me that the problem sounds like some sort of interference. The computer is sited at the top of the house and not far away is a tall mast which I believe is operated by the army. Could this have a bearing? Or could it be some other kind of interference? I would be grateful for any ideas you may have about solving this problem. The computer consultant says he would like to try another graphics card and if that doesn't work perhaps a new computer?? A bit drastic from a financial point of view!