I'm wondering if anyone else is having the same problems I'm having with iDVD and iMovie, and if they've found fixes for them. There are 2 problems with iDVD. The first is after making a 4 minute video in After Effects and editing it in FCP, I exported it as an uncompressed Quicktime and imported into iMovie so I could then burn it with iDVD. The result was a DVD with motion that was not totally smooth. Not extremely jerky, but noticeable. So for comparison, I then took that exact same uncompressed Quicktime and burned the DVD in Toast instead of using the iMovie/iDVD route. The DVD turned out perfect, with totally smooth fluid motion. The second problem I've had with iDVD is when burning DVD's of my band's gigs. These videos are anywhere from 1 hr. long to 1 1/2 hrs. They are shot on a Sony digital camcorder (don't know which model because it's not mine) and imported via firewire to iMovie. In iMovie, everything's fine but by the time it gets to DVD, the audio and video gradually slip out of sync with each other, and this gets progressively worse as you get farther into the video. When you're 45 minutes in, it's a fraction of a second off and very noticeable when you see a musical performance (drumsticks not hitting the drums at the same time you're hearing them, etc...). The iMovie problem is that when I try to export a large movie to an uncompressed Quicktime (using "Expert" settings), it always fails and gives me a compression error message. I was hoping to export my gig videos into one big file instead of several clips, and then burn them to DVD in Toast, hopefully avoiding the sync problems of iDVD. But since I can't export these movies, I don't know how I can combine the clips into one file. I'm using Panther 10.3.6, iMovie 4.0.1, iDVD 4.0.1, FCP 4 and After Effects 5.5, all on a G4 Powermac 1.4 Ghz single proc. with 1 GB ram. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!