Your footage is interlaced, and you exported to an interlaced format. For computer viewing or upload to a web video service like YouTube, you want to deinterlace your footage; in AME, this is done automatically when you export with Field Order set to Progressive (None).
And get rid of K-Lite. Quickly.
thanks for the answer, sorry it took me so long to reply. I do this in my spare time for the kids and I've been really busy at work...
Just out of curiosity, should I pick up Shark codes again if I dump K-lite????
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No. You don't need any additional codecs if you're using a real video camera, which it would appear that you are. Those codecs packs (the value of which is dubious at best) are really "designed" for playback of stuff you download off the internet. Keep them off your machine, and you'll have a better editing experience.
thank you sir,
I really appreciate the help... you've definately solved my problem!