So I got a Toshiba HD DVD player for Christmas (I was planning on waiting for a decent priced combo Blu-Ray/HD DVD to make the move, but my existing DVD player died, and I don't look gift horses (or DVD players) in the mouth.) I know that part of the HD DVD standard is a disc called "3x DVD", where you burn HD content onto a standard red-laser (4.7 GB or DL 8.5 GB) disc, similar to the old "Super Video CD" format that put DVD-compatible video on standard CDs. I know that DVD Studio Pro can burn "HD-DVDs" similarly, but that they are *NOT* "HD DVD 3x DVD" compatible. (Not to mention that I don't want to buy DVD Studio Pro for some home movies.) I'm looking for a cheaper (or at least single-source-software) solution. Open Source/Free Software would be best, but even paid software like Toast would be fine. Home videos are the main desired use; but if it's possible to take (EyeTV Hybrid-recorded) ATSC HD video and put it on disc, that would be good, too. (For example, a rather high-bitrate 17 Mbps ATSC MPEG-2 stream SHOULD be HD DVD compatible, and I could fit one full hour on a DL DVD.) I have found a guide for use in Windows, but it relies on multiple pieces of non-free software.