Alright, I've give the standard "I'm a total n00b to this" line. I tried researching this as best I could, but I've got to run out real quick, and I hope someone has some suggestions by the time I get back. I'm trying to burn a bunch of AVIs, that I have obtained, to a DVD video. Not sure what they were encoded with, but they are each about 42~45 minutes long, and only 350~360MB each. One important point is I can play all of them in Windows Media. I've tried two methods thusfar...Nero Vision and the TMPGEnc software (encoder and dvd authoring). I can pretty much run through the whole process with Nero. It see the AVIs. My only issue with Nero is I have a real problem with only being able to put 4 of these AVIs onto a single layer DVD. Maybe I'm just not familiar enough with the technology. Am I being limited by the length of the video in the AVI files? With TMPGEnc, I cannot even get the software to recognize the AVI. It tells me that it cannot open the video part of the file, only the audio part. Not even sure what that means. I'm sure if I dug enough I could find an answer...but I have to bolt. Thanks so much for you time!