Here's the deal. I have a bunch of Sealab, AquaTeen, Spiderman (mid 90's animated), and X-Men (90's animated) on my DVR........98 hours of this stuff (only have 2 hours left on my DVR and need to clear some room). I'm a big fan of all these shows but while I can go buy the DVD's for AT and Sealab I cannot for X-Men and Spiderman since they never officially released them on DVD. I looked on eBay and people are selling complete series of these cartoons on DVD that are like 4-5 dvd sets (which these people themselves have recorded and put to dvd). I do not want to buy this from eBay but I'd like to be able to put my DVR stuff on dvd myself. The problem is I would only be able to put 2 hours on each DVD with iDVD or DVDSP. This would take me around 20-30 DVD's. The people on eBay are selling complete set X-Men with 76 episodes spread out on 4 dvd's. That is around 19 episodes a dvd which is nearly 400 minutes or close to 7 hours. I assume they are compressing them somehow, but I've never tried this. Will I be able to do this using Compressor and iDVD? Compressor and DVDSP? or Compressor and Toast 6? I took a 92mb QT file and used Compressor (120minute fast encode). This left me with a 72mb QT file. They are both 2:54 in length when opening them in QT Pro. But when I used Toast 6 (video setting) the original 92mb file was listed at 3:39 while the file I used Compressor on was listed at 2:54. So I'm not sure if this will work. Does anyone out there have experience doing this on a Mac? I would like to be able to fit more than 2 hours of video onto a dvd-r (reduction of quality is fine with me). Thanks for any help!