Hey all! A few years ago my brother and I went on a quest to reprocess all of our old home movies (mostly deteriating betamax) to digital format. Unfortunatley at the time DVD burners were over US$1000 and Video CD didn't hold long enough footage for us so we converted all our home movies to DIVX and kept them on some removable hdds (well 4x 40gig drives to be exact). Now I have a PC (celeron 2.4 overclocked to 3.2, 512mb ram, 200gig hdd) and i Also have a Mac (ibook g3 500 overclocked to 650). Unforutnatley to reprocess a divx to DVD format on my pc is about realtime so as you can imagine a few thousand hours of video collected over 20 years is going to take too long... Now the question strikes, can a mac (say 1.5ghz g4/512mb ram) process divx to dvd format faster than realtime? or should i just fork out for a faster p4 processor? I was thinking of getting a mac mini and a super drive or something around those speeds. Does anyone have any thought's/opinions about this? and please no "get a mac because p4 sucks" thats the only answer ive managed to get on any other forums.. or vice versa thanks!