Hi fellow Mac fans. I just got married, and would like to make my own edited wedding video. At our wedding, we contracted a videographer to film the event and provide us with the raw video. He who provided us with two DVDs, with a total of 3.5 hours of footage. We have the option to pay the videographer to provide an edited wedding video for us, but we'd prefer to make the edited version ourselves from the raw footage (or at least try), so we can really optimize the video for our own tastes, and with our preferred scenes. So far I have the two DVD's, but I am not sure where to start. By searching online, some pages recommended using Handbrake to convert the DVD to an MP4. I did this, but trying to import the huge two hour-long MP4 file into iMovie says it will take 1000 minutes. I'm convinced there must be a better way to do this. I am thinking of breaking up the scenes of that 2 hour video into the pieces I want with QuickTime Pro (I haven't bought it yet). And then perhaps I can import those into iMovie. But this also begs the question that for some parts of the reception I'll want unbroken audio from the raw footage, but with the ability to cut/paste video parts to go with it. Or is what I'm doing totally ridiculous, and that there's a much better way to do this? Should we request from the videographer the video in a different format than just the two DVDs? I am totally new to both iMovie and iDVD, and any kind of video editing. But I'm excited to try them out. But at this stage I am having trouble getting my raw DVD footage imported. I appreciate any help y'all can provide. Thanks.