My wedding was shot with a Sony Handycam on a DVD-RW mini. I want to make various copies for family members. I just used DVD Decrypter to get it onto my PC as a vob file. Then used SUPER to convert that vob file to an avi file, which was followed by burning it to a regular DVD with DVD Flick. It worked, but the quality of the picture suffered. While watching the original DVD mini on the TV, it looks really good, however, on the DVD I burned, while the camera is not on a stand, it looks really pixelated. Where did I lose the most quality in the process I stated above? Should I convert it to some other format than avi? I don't mind if the file is big since the ceremony is on one 30 minute mini, and the reception is on another 30 minute mini. I managed to get both onto a regular DVD, but don't mind having them split onto two if the quality is as good as the original mini DVD. I would prefer using a program that is free. Also, I would like to edit what was shot. I would like things like titles, subtitles (due to Chinese being spoken), and the ability to add in music and possibly pictures. I have Windows Movie Maker, but have never used it and heard mixed things about it. Is there any other good programs that have a short learning curve since I have never really edited video? Thanks for any help.