I have a number of old AVI files that I'd like to put onto DVD to store someplace safe. I've tried using Toast 7 Titanium to burn them but the video quality is very poor and the audio is out of sync. I tried a few different other software titles (DVD Creator for Mac, ImTOO) and so far ImTOO has delivered the video quality I want but the sound is still out of sync. I'd think that a program as powerful as Toast would be able to do what I want (convert a high quality AVI into a high quality DVD with the sound in sync with the video). Am I missing something here? Do I need a AVI conversion program before I go to Toast? What program would that be? I'm getting very frustrated at what is turning out to be a very long process. Wait, before I get blown out of the water for asking a question that's been passed around more than Paris Hilton, I just found Visual Hub...DL'ing the trial now and standing by to be impressed.