So I think I need help. I ripped a movie onto my hard drive with Mac the Ripper. Then I used DVD Remaster Pro and compressed the movie. i did not exclude any items. However, I asked it not to keep subtitles. Otherwise, I had no hand in extracting parts of the audio/video. Then I went to my folder which DVD Remaster created and opened it up. Inside was an Audio and Video TS folder. I right clicked on the Video_TS folder and used the option of "Toast It". Toast was opened. My settings were: Under the DATA tab DVD-ROM (UDF) Verify Data (OFF) Simulation Mode (OFF) Write Speed (BEST) (I think I only go to 2x) Buffer Under Run is NOT checked because it was not an option for me to check. What I am unsure about is I took the video_TS folder and dragged it into toast (the second time). Should I have opened the folder and then took all contents and dragged them into Toast? Does the root folder somehow affect it? When I stuck it in my player it said "no play" when I stuck it in my powerbook the disc was called "Video_TS" not what I expected. The process on a mac runs about 100% worse than on PC. At this point I'm a bit annoyed, but still working at it. I have about 70 DVDs left. I plan to stop at 10 so I am obviously open to any and all suggestions that are somewhat logical!