When I export to 10-bit uncompressed form (Just the video) at the beginning of some of the clips there are random green spots (like errors or something) that flicker continuously across the screen. They last anywhere from 1 frame to up to 4 seconds. I have tried exporting just sections of the movie and I've exported several sections multiple times-however the green spots are ALWAYS in the same spots. I'm doing a film montage of Precious Images throughout film history for the History of Motion Pictures class. What i did was rip lots and lots of dvds to mpeg2 and have 5 second clips of each one. I edited the this film in mpeg2.-mainly so i wouldn't lose lots of quality. Switching to DV isn't an option for me. Please DON'T flame me on the legality of ripping dvds...this is purely educational. Now, obviously these spots were not there in the timeline, and i thought that exporting as uncompressed would just group all of the video together & dump it. I've tried exporting to mpeg2 directly (this will eventually be burned on a dvd) however, there was a significant loss of quality (i guess because its essentially compressing to mpeg2 twice). Any help would be greatly appreciated...i'm doing this for the teacher of the class...he's quite a perfectionist & i'm running out of time .