Ooooookay. I'm a complete Mac neophyte. I have an iMac, fresh out of the box (less than a month old) running OS X 10.6.5. Pretty standard stuff on it, most everything is out of the box. So I bought my mac primarily for work. I do video editing for a small church; simple stuff, record the sermon, fix the sorry audio from the Sony Handycam (getting it to convert THOSE files to formats iMovie can use was a huge pain as it was), add titles, post it to the website. The problem is, I HAVE to post it as WMV - the pastor was very specific in his instructions that users (himself included... he's exceedingly non-tech-savvy) should NOT have to install anything to view our website. It's primarily video, and he wants to make sure that it's accessible as possible. So. That leaves me with a MASSIVE DILEMMA. I'm discovering much to my dismay that converting videos to WMV is a lot more complicated than I thought it would be. I'm using iMovie to make the videos; but that saves in m4v format. Which requires a plugin for Windows Media Player to download. I have MPEG Streamclip, but as far as I can tell, EVERY format it converts to requires a plugin to play on WMP. I really need to convert these videos; I can spend a little extra money, but truthfully, I can't manage spending a metric crapton for fourteen additional programs just to convert videos! I'm very poor right now, and it's right before Christmas. I suppose I can go back to taking over my husband's computer and using Premiere elements, but that completely defeats the purpose of buying an incredibly expensive piece of machinery to make videos that can't be played on the majority of computers on the planet without downloading something first. I know one possible solution is Quicktime Pro + Flip4Mac Pro, but that's almost $60 - money I can't really spare right now. Taxtime, maybe. Could someone please help? Tell me what I'm missing here? Are there free/opensource solutions that can be used for this purpose? I don't mind some quality loss, the posted videos are small, and the source videos are large, so I've got some wiggle room.