Hi guys. As my user name may suggest, I am a total technophobe...so this could be a long and painful process for all concerned. However, I would seriously appreciate and help you can offer, so here goes. Relevant equipment first I guess? TV.....Pany Viera TX-P46GT30B plasma, 1080p and 3D capable. Media player.....Iomega Screenplay MX Multimedia Player, 1TB PC (laptop) Sony Vaio SVE1712Z1EB, intel CORE i7 3632QM processor, 2.2GHz to 3.2GHz with Turbo Boost, 1TB Hard Drive, 8GB RAM, AMD Radion HD 7650M graphics card, with 2GB graphics RAM. Camcorder.....Pany HDC-HS900, which I always set to record on it's highest quality, i.e, 1920 x 1080/50p Ok, I won't bore you with all the ins and outs, but if I plug the camcorder into the laptop, the recordings play back beautifully, everything perfect. If I plug the camcorder straight into the TV, everything is perfect, as above. The problem comes when my son in law (it is quite beyond me) superficially edits my footage (virtually just adding title and date at the start, cutting out any obvious black files, then adding 'END' at the end, leaving the rest raw, as it comes. He then renders it and transfer it onto the Iomega. When THAT is plugged into the TV and played, the picture quality is fine, colours good, sharp and crisp as original....but now, when a panning section is playing (I always pan slowly) there is slight but infuriating flickering/juddering visible. My S in L has tried everything he knows, and we have experimented enough to pretty well pin the problem down to the Iomega media player. The Iomega blurb on the box states that it supports 'Full HD up to 1080p', and then goes on to list video formats supported....H.264, WMV, RMVB, MPEG-1/2/4 (part2 ASP), DivX+HD, Xvid.....AVCHD files and so on. However, it lists 1920 x 1080p (50fps) and at (60fps).....it does NOT mention 1920 x 1080/50p specifically, and while that is all meaningless to me, it has been suggested that it doesn't support that exact 1080/50p that my camcorder is recording in, and that is the problem. What are your thoughts on this please? I really am getting to my wits end with this, my 68 year old hair does not need any more help changing colour OR disappearing. Would really appreciate your help. Cheers, Dave.