Greetings all, This is my first post here at MacRumors so bear with me. I have used Macintosh computers for several years now and am familiar with the majority of their stock applications as well as many third party developers. Recently I have been using an application called Screenflow which can be viewed at http://www.telestream.net/screen-flow/overview.htm to capture high definition videos which I then export to FCE. I compile my movie which consists of quite a few clips and then export the timeline straight from FCE. The issue is size. I recorded these clips in 1280x720 and wanted Screenflow and FCE to keep the best quality possible so I made the proper adjustments in export settings to retain the quality. The final result is a forty minute movie that is almost eighteen gigabits. I would like to compress this movie so it is small enough to burn to a DVD. I am aware that applications such as iDVD and Adobe Encore (both of which I have) are designed to create DVD's but I was wondering if there are any other applications out there that can make the movie even smaller while retaining as much quality as possible. Any and all advice would be much appreciated.