My office just purchased a 17" iMac CoreDuo for video duplication and editing programs. Basically we need to be able to import and edit video from non-protected, non-commercial DVD's that are produced in house. iMovie will do everything we need for the video editing, it's pretty basic stuff, but we need turn the DVD disc into a digital file to edit. I tried importing from iMovie directly, but that definitely doesn't work, at least according to Apple. I downloaded HandBrake, but it takes FOREVER. I don't know what I should expect as far as speed, but it seems too slow. It imports about as fast as it takes to play the video. I'm doing it at pretty high quality settings because I need it, although I could sacrifice some quality for a significant speed increase if possible. It's running in emulated mode, so I assume that slows it down significantly. Does anyone have any suggestions on the best/fastest way to get a non-protected, non-commercial DVD into iMovie on a new Intel iMac?