I'm editing a film in which fishing wire is attached to a chair. (Yeah, it's a horror film.) I thought I'd try using the clone tool in photoshop (CS3) to remove the wire, then bring it back into Premiere / After Effects CS3 and be done with it. It worked, sort of. Oddly, there are still some frames here and there in which the wire is visible, partially, and other frames, fully. I'm trying to figure out what I'm missing here. The original video file was shot on P2, DVCPRO HD. The file is MXF, 1280x1080, and I believe it was shot using 1080/24p. I say this because the file info reads as: Image Size: 1280 x 1080 Pixel Depth: 1280 Frame Rate: 29.97 (24p) Source Audio Format: 48000 Hz - 16 bit - Mono Total Duration: 00:06:17:20 Average Data Rate: 10.7 MB / second Pixel Aspect Ratio: 1.5 Hmm, I may have found the problem as I typed this out. My project settings were 1080i instead of 1080p, and I exported the clip I'm working on as 1080i, so I've essentially mixed things up a bit. I'll try this again with things set the same across the board. I'm still interested to know, however, if anyone has edited video footage in PS like this, and if it blew their minds, or left them wanting.