I just want to make sure that I understand this correctly. Any video file that I have whether it's an MPEG2, AVI or Divx (Mpeg4) needs to be "demuxed" into a seperate audio and video (VOB) file before I can burn it onto a DVD-/+R that will play on most set top DVD players? I found a trial version of WinAVI that will convert MPEG2 / AVI into VOB files which I can then burn with Nero, but the quality on the trial version didn't look too good. I have looked pretty extensively through the forums here and on other video / DVD authoring sites and haven't been able to find a simplier solution. It just doesn't make sense to me that I can't take an MPEG2 or AVI file that is well below the 4.7GB limit on a DVD-/+R and burn it so that I can watch it on my living room DVD player. Any help is greatly appreciated - Thanks!