ConvertXtoDVD is a wonderful program. I am very happy with it. I have one question. I have searched the archives and found some possible answers to it, but they were not clear to me. So here is my question. I use ConvertXtoDVD on public domain movie files I download. These files are typically 700-800 MB in size (sometimes bigger). The movies typically run 60-90 minutes. Sometimes (not usually) longer. I want to get MAXIMUM IMAGE AND SOUND QUALITY. That is my major consideration. Can I put two on a typical 4.7 GB DVD -- with as much quality as if I just had one? (I use Taiyo Yuden.) Remember, I don't want to compromise quality at all. I'd rather put just one movie per blank DVD if putting two would mean any loss of quality. However, if two (or even three) could fit WITHOUT COMPROMISING QUALITY at all, I'd rather do that. What's the best guess on this? What are the guidelines? I realize there is probably more involved in this than size of file and length of movie. A definite answer would be most appreciated. Thank you!