Right now I work putting together DVDs of medical lectures/courses for a pharmaceutical company. I'm a summer intern and the company wants to keep me on part time throughout the year to keep up with demand. The problem is, I'll be 2 hours south and I need to come up with a setup so that I can take the raw footage (DV tapes) and work to a finished DVD in my dorm room. The editing isn't too intensive, I can get it done on my PB 15", but the problem comes to DVD authoring. We've been using Adobe Encore DVD (which is a Windows XP only program) to build menus, etc. from Photoshop files. Problem is, I have a Mac and the company laptop is running Windows 2000 and is so locked down with corporate stuff, it's tough to get a new program (let alone a new OS) installed. Can anyone think of a way that I can author DVDs while not having to worry about compatibility with Encore DVD in our main studio? Only things I've thought of yet are either: 1) Purchasing a new XP laptop to run Encore DVD. 2) Buying Final Cut Studio, losing portability to the Windows machines we run. Thoughts?!