Hi there, In adobe premier 6.5 and pro 7.0 I have noticed that whenever I proceed to slow down the time of a clip for aesthetic/stylistic purposes, eg. using "reverse slow motion" or "reverse fast motion", ie. setting the clip to lets say -50 or -200 respectively , an infuriating little tearing occurs at the top and bottom of the display window and this unfortunate side effect is also present when i export to DVD via the inbuilt encoder [ie. a separate video and audio file]. Its even worse when exported to vhs given that on an instance when i had reversed the footage and left it at normal speed [100%] for a particularly spectacular shot the whole screen seems to vibrate! I also notice a similar little abnormality when i transfer from VHS via VCR to MINDV in the captured foootage, a pulsating line permeates both bottom and top portions of the screen. I would be immensely appreciative if somebody could recommend a filter/process that i could perhaps use to eradicate the problm. Best regards, Rónán.