OK--everybody remember in Steve's keynote a month ago when he was telling everybody about how now you can get 2 hours of high quality video on a DVD using iMovie and iDVD4? Well, has anyone here had any luck doing so? I've got two hours worth of video (actually about 1:59--I had to cut it down a bit) that I'm trying to make a DVD out of. I've done my editing in iMovie, exported it to iDVD, hit "Burn," and then it starts it's process. Problem is, it gets stuck on "Step 3: Asset Encoding..." for about 3 hours or so, before I get one of those "iDVD has unexpectedly quit" errors. The DVD never burns, and I wasted several hours of my time. For what it's worth, I've tried this on both my DP G5 at work and my DP G4 at home. Same error occurs, although on the G5 it occurs much faster I have done two other projects with iMovie and iDVD with shorter length videos with no problems at all, so I'm guessing the 1:59 length of this video is what's causing the problem. I called Apple and spoke to a tech, and he told me that it's most likely due to the length of my video. When I asked him, "Didn't Steve say at his keynote that you could successfully burn 2 hours worth of video onto a DVD using iDVD?" he basically told me that "my mileage would vary," and that "up to two hours" means that theoretically you could get two hours, but no promises. He made the analogy of iDVD to a laptop battery, and how they say you can get 5 hours out of a PB's battery, but you'll probably actually get more like 3.5. Needless to say, I'm not satisfied with that answer. Has ANYONE been able to burn a full-length DVD using iDVD?