Hello everyone-- I've searched several forums looking to the answer to this problem, and can't really find an answer.. So my question is: In iMovie, if I import and edit my 16:9 .dv footage using "DV Widescreen" mode, and export it to a .mov file, the video looks great when I open it in quicktime. But, for sites like google video and youtube, the videos are automatically resized to the 320x240 size, and the right and left sides of my video are cut off. Is there any way to save in a format that adds black bars to the bottom and top of the video image, so that the edges aren't cut off when the video is resized? Also, I've heard that there is a similar problem when burning the video with iDVD.. ie, it squashes/stretches the video instead of letterboxing it? In the alternative, I know I can import using the standard dv mode, and let it letterbox... But.. I've run into the problem where iMovie crashes before it has the chance to auto-letterbox, and, when I restart the program and move the clips from the trash back into the clips panels, I can't force the program to automatically letterbox. Any thoughts?? Thanks a lot in advance!