Hello. I want to use part of a movie (from a DVD) in my Keynote presentation. What looks good on my MBP 17" may not look good when projected from a projector. Is this true? I can think of two approaches: 1. Play the DVD on my MacBook Pro 17". Use softwares such as Camtasia to do a full screen capture of the movie. Then, trim the unused parts and save in QuickTime format. 2. Use "Silisoft DVD Copy" to copy the content from the DVD to the desktop. Then, use softwares such as "VOB to MOV Converter for Mac" to convert the VOB file into Quicktime format. Then, trim out the unused portions under QuickTime. Could you please tell me which approach leads to the best, crystal clear, video to be played back by a projector? What are the recommended softwares for both approaches? I tried "VOB to MOV Converter for Mac" but the resulting movie made me sick instantly. The images in the movie somehow did not move smoothly. In Camtasia, one can save the video using Share->QuickTime export. Do the following default parameters produce the best results? Video Compression: H.264 Quality: High Frame rate: 30 Frame reordering: yes Encoding mode: multi-pass Sound Format: AAC Sample rate: 44.100 kHz Channels: Stereo *L R) Bit rate: 128kbps Thank you.