Animating is only my self learned hobby, so my question probably will look silly for professionals. I have created some animations in Toon Boom Studio 5. I animated at 12 FPS. The video exported from TB studio is smooth and everything looks great ( i exported as Quick Time file), but every time when I edit it with a video editing software and save the movie to my computer, you can clearly see micro stuttering every half a second or so. (you can see it in this video: http://youtu.be/VIQgKTRmTnQ ). I tried to edit with Pinnacle Studio 16 and CyberLink Power Director11, but the end result is the same. I imagine the problem is the different FPS in videos, since the video exported from ToonBoom is in 12FPS, and editing programs save the movie in 25 FPS. I tried several options in editing programs (saved the movie in 24, 25, 60 FPS), but the stutter is still there. I read a lot of stuff searching for an answer to this, and i found out, that choosing 60 FPS should prevent the problem, but it does not. The stutter looks the same every time, doesn’t matter what options I chose. So, is there any way to make an animation at 12FPS with ToonBoom studio, and get the smooth looking movie after editing it? Because non of the editing software that I own have the option to export video at 12 FPS. What options should I choose in TBStudio, or in editing software while exporting the video, to prevent this stuttering? Or maybe the problem is not because of different FPS?