I've recently started using iDVD instead of DVD Studio Pro for quick'n'dirty projects because it's so much easier, but those have all been with stuff I've created in iMovie. This time, I've got 2 .avi clips that need to be put onto a DVD. They play fine in Quicktime and even play fine in iDVD when I "Preview" the DVD. Only problem is, when I click burn, iDVD informs me that the total amount of data is 8 GB. Now, each clip is about 500 MB and is an hour long. I guess iDVD wants to uncompress the clips - so I don't know what to do with them to make iDVD fit them onto a DVD. I threw them into Toast and that worked fine; it's just that burning with Toast affords you even less options, as far as customizing menus and such, than iDVD does. So, I'm looking for suggestions. Info on the clips: according to QT, they're "generic MPEG-4" format. Data rate 1176 kbits/sec.