I have some hi-def footage -- taken at just one level below the highest quality on a Canon camcorder, but using either the "DVD..." output or even using Compressor 4, it's not clear exactly how to get it to create a hi-def DVD. When you search on how to create a hi-def DVD, you get sites that show screenshots that don't even come close to the more rudimentary look (and apparent functionality) of Compressor 4. When you tell Final Cut Pro X to "send to Compressor", Compressor comes up with two options already enabled (Dolby and MPEG). Messing around with the various settings in these two options there doesn't show a hi-def DVD option as with some of the sites I've seen. (Compressor 4 is a confusing plug-in.) I'm currently testing with only 2 minutes of footage so I know that's not the issue. I'm also using DVD +R. Can anyone give me any hints on exactly how to create a hi-def DVD from Final Cut Pro X with "Compressor 4" (if needed)? I was hoping shelling out the $ for Final Cut Pro would finally fix this nagging hi-def DVD output problem that is apparent with iDVD, but not so far.... Not sure why this is so difficult. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.