Ok, so I've been having trouble burning DVD's. I don't like using iDVD because it takes wayyyy to long!!. So then I started using VisualHub. That was going great but then I noticed something. I looked at the file size of one of my converted .avi to .vob file, and it was about 1gb. When I burned the DVD i put like 7 episodes on there, and there's only 4.97gb worth of space of the DVD. I tried playing it and it cuts off half way through the DVD, so I'm thinking that they all didn't fit. But I can't find a way for it to show how much will fit one one DVD. So now I'm using Toast 9. It works but it takes forever to encode. I've heard about people talking about to use Handbrake and other apps to convert the files to mpeg-2. But everytime I go to rip the dvd it has to encode them again! I know a program has to author the dvd but I didn't think that it would have to encode all the file over again. Keep in mind that all these file are downloaded from the internet, so I can't use Mactheripper or anything like that where im just copying a dvd over to another one. I've searched all over google and I really can't find anything exactly like what I'm trying to figure out. So any help would be much appreciated!!! Thanks!!