I've been trying to read as much information I can find on this, but I'm either looking in the wrong place or there aren't that many people doing this. I'm trying to convert some old home movies on VHS to DVDs. Here's what I'm using.... Elgato Eyetv 250 Plus iMovie iDVD VCR with composite video out I've recorded the first tape into Eyetv. Here's where it gets rough. First, I exported as .dv, then imported into iMovie and did my trimming and editing there. Then I realized I can do it in Eyetv so I started all over and trimmed up the clips there. I'm thinking this will help keep the original file sizes down. After this, from Eyetv, I'm exporting into iMovie and it's picking the .dv format. I added some fade ins/outs and I'm going to add some titles in so we know what we're watching. From iMovie, I add it to the Media Browser and fix it up in iDVD. There seems like there's a lot of conversions and transitions. Is this the best way? I'm also using iDVD and iMovie '08. Would it be best to upgrade to '09? Any other advice for doing this? Is there a tutorial that I'm missing somewhere?