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The instructions are in the "Copying images and Sound Files" section of the manual (page 109 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download one at
Google a program called Video Download Studio then you can use it FREE download video or audio form YouTube, google, metacafe, redtube, dailymotion etc. attention: download function is no need to register you can also use it to convert video to audio, video to video, audio to audio. use it convert video to mp3 mp4 for your iPod tutorial; http://www.downloadvideos-convert.com/how-to-use
if you dont have a codex on your computer (if you're using windows media player) you wont be able to play your videos because this is a requirement for most of the newer pentax.
read your manual for more details
FedEx just dropped off my 750z a few hours ago(!), so I have only had a short time to play around with it.
I did try 1 quick video at 640/30fps, and I did not see anything like what you described (perhaps you could grab a jpeg frame from the vid and post it here so we could see?)
My only thought is: What is the speed of the PC that you are playing the vid on? It has been my experince that the MotionJPG encoding that cameras use, while fast for capturing the video can be a dog when it comes to playback.
I suggest you either try playing the video on a fast PC (if, in fact, yours is not), or try re-encoding the vid with a more efficient codec. (for that you'll need quicktime pro, or a similar program such as RAD Video Tools which is freeware)