Hello everyone! Here's my situation, and I hope someone more knowledgeable about these things can help. My office is full of Desperate Housewives watchers, and unfortunately, due to some family issues, someone here missed this week's episode. Being the resourceful computer dork that I am, I found the episode online via torrent downloading. Now, I've downloaded these files before, and I'm stuck on figuring out how to put them on a DVD. I have the file for this week's show in AVI format, which Quicktime says it can't handle, and no software is available for it to handle it. Here's what I have...I have FFMpegX which will play the file with the MPlayer codec. I have QT Pro and Toast. I would just like to be able to put the file on a DVD so I can watch it on TV. Unfortunately, there are so many confusing options on FFMpegX for converting, that I am lost. I've tried to do this before with other files, and I waited a long time and it didn't work in the end. I know for Toast you need some kind of VIDEO_TS folder or something? Please, I would be extremely grateful and would love this place even more, if someone out there could help me figure this out. And remember, I can handle most programs, but this video stuff is confusing-so please be understanding. I mean, what is muxing, and for god's sake why would I want to do it? (Oh yeah, in FFMpegX, it says the file I have is as follows: VIDEO: mpeg4, 624x352, 23.98 fps. AUDIO: mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 153 kb/s) THANK YOU SO MUCH in advance.