Hello, This is my first post, so hopefully I'm not breaking any rules. I did all of the searches and could not find the answer anywhere else on this site. Well, anyway, I'm trying to create a music video. I've so far managed to 1) Create my DVD2AVI project, 2) Create an .avs version of the project, and 3) Import the project into VirtualDub. I was wondering if there's a way to save various clips from my footage in VirtualDub while maintaining the original quality of the DVD2AVI project? In other words, is there a way to save segments of my VirtualDub imported footage without making it an .avi file that requires compression, etc.? Or is there any way to do this with DVD2AVI or another program (save various clips without sacrificing quality)? I'm asking because I plan to eventually use Adobe Premiere to create my video, and I'm going to substitute the high-quality .avs files for the .avi files using a method that someone came up with that works. But as it stands now, the .avs files I have are the exact same as the .avi files (which makes sense, considering they basically link to the .avi files). I was wondering if I could somehow get exact copies of the clips I need for my video, but in their original, high-quality state, and then convert all these high-quality clips into .avs format for my final project. I'm sorry for that long-winded explanation. Many thanks in advance for your help.