Hi there, Apologies if this is in the wrong forum...couldn't decide which one would be most suitable. OK - my problem is this: I'd like to capture the VGA output signal of a PC on my PowerBook and record it. In theory, I plan to simply detach the VGA cable from the PC's monitor and plug it in to my PowerBook via the DVI/VGA port (using the DVI/VGA connector - although I might have to mess around with male/female connectors). Having done that, I'm hoping that Quicktime will recognize it as a video source and I'll simply be able to select 'New Movie Recording' from the file menu, thereby creating a .mov of the PC's VGA output. How does this sound? Am I heading in the right direction or hopelessly off base (and if so, any advice?)?! I know people will probably say, "just try it and see!", but I don't have access to a PC until the day I'm supposed to do the actual recording - and I don't want to mess it up. BTW - the reason I'm doing this is because I need to create a Dreamweaver tutorial for some Windows users. I know it would probably be much simpler if I ran Dreamweaver in Virtual PC, but I can't afford to buy VPC right now. Thanks for any input!