After 6 months of working on a project, I'm finally ready to burn it to DVD and send it off to friends. Whenever I try to burn the disc through iDVD, though, a message pops up that there is "not enough free space for encoding the remaining assets." At first, I figured this was because I only had 2-3GB free on my hard drive. After spending a few hours cleaning it up, I had over 10GB free and still no luck. The video and dvd files were all saved on an external hard drive, which is also embarrassingly full. I've tried both moving the file onto the internal hard drive and clearing a bit of space off of the external, but still no dice. On one last attempt, I noticed a drop-down section in the error message window. According to the details it provides, the file requires 7171062428 GB on my computer. Now, I know that I'm working on a huge file (one video is ~35 minutes and there are two more 10 minute ones and pictures in the drop zones on the DVD), but that's just absurd. There was also a little squiggly symbol before the first 7... not sure what that meant. Has anyone gotten this error message before? Any idea how I should proceed? Any help is greatly appreciated!!