Hi guys, A few years back, I converted a bunch of 8MM Home Videos by using iMovie HD 6 and capturing .dv footage. I then shared these iMovie edits with iDVD and burned them to DVD... Here I am, several years later - and simply want to make ATV3 versions of everything so that I can simply watch these videos on the ATV3. Here's where I'm stuck... If I open up the files in iMovie 6, and do a Share with Quicktime using the highest quality settings - a typical .mov file for a 1-2 hour home video can end up being rather large. The default Share with ATV setting in iMovie 6 doesn't let you change ANY settings whatsoever (which I want to be able to do to make the quality possible). Also, when I go to share with Quicktime, ALL of my chapter markers are lost when I play back through Quicktime or the ATV3 - why is this? If I take the .dv files individually and convert to m4v with Handbrake I can create smaller clips and these tend to do better but then I essentially have lost all of my edits and chapter markers from before. Any suggestions? I also have a lot of Canon camcorder footage that I've imported from the past current years into the latest version of iMovie - is it typical to share this with Quicktime for ATV or do any of you guys use handbrake instead? What do you do with the raw footage - keep it or throw it after you've encoded? Anyone throw their movies in iPhoto for easier viewing with ATV3 rather than iTunes? This thought occurred to me because all of my iPhone videos end up in iPhoto now so my current home videos are in iPhoto but I'm moving all of my past video into iTunes - seems silly to have different years in different places. I'm simply trying to develop a workflow that is organized and will be future-proof (and easy to maintain) moving forward into the future. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Any help regarding iMovie vs. Handbrake for exporting files would help a ton. Thanks!