Hi there. I recently bought an Eye TV digital terrestrial gizmo for my iMac G5. It's great, it records programmes, I watch them. Love it. Now I want to export some of them onto video DVDs to play downstairs and watch movies etc in comfort. I thought it would be easy, and I'm usually quite good at figuring things out, but this is flummoxing me. When I choose "export to Toast" (my version is 6.0) from Eye TV, it creates an Mpeg2 file. These files are of a sensible size - ie a 2hr movie fits is about 2GB ish, which fits on a 4.7gb DVD. However, when I tried to burn to dvd Toast told me the file was too large, something like 7gigs. Hmm. I read a little bit, and downloaded Popcorn, which I thought would help. But I don't know what I'm doing - i made a disc image of my files, but Popcorn said it wasn't a DVD Video disc image. And Quicktime won't recognise Mpeg2 without a paid-for plugin. In short - what is the best way to export from Eye TV to burn a video DVD? Eye TV can export in a bewildering array of formats - which is best? Should I toast or use iDVD? What is Popcorn actually for? Phew. Thanks for listening!