I've just come from PC and have been figuring out how to edit video on the Mac. My original video footage is AVCHD (.mts) from Sony products. My old camera recorded in 1080i, and my new one 1080p (50fps). After looking into different routes of converting the files to .mov for use with iMovie I decided to go the clipwrap route. What I have noticed is that when watching the video back the image seems to blur more when panning/moving the camera. I have noticed this with both interlaced and progressive as the original file. The blurring is apparent in all viewing conditions, ie watching the 'raw' rewrapped files, the finalised video file (1080 .mov), or watching it on the PS3 (1080 .mp4). Now it's not horrendous, but I do notice it and can sometimes make me feel very slightly nauseous watching it (strange but true). I thought initially it was the way that iMovie processed the video but then realised that it can't be as it's the same on the 'raw' rewrapped files. Is this something others have noticed and is this normal after converting AVCHD to quicktime (.mov)? Cheers P.S. I've also noticed that the finalised iMovie projects are quite as good quality as the 'raw' rewrapped files, more so in that the colours aren't as vibrant and it's a touch more grainy. Is this due to the coding in iMovie, ie Apple intermediate codec, and so would you not get this with FCP X?