I'm probably just being dense, but I think I have a simple problem for which I can't find the right Mac solution. I have non-DRM VIDEO_TS files available from DVDs I want to view on a WDTV. I've chosen not to Handbrake it, because my iBook takes 20 hours to make an .mkv. I can simply drag the VIDEO_TS folder over to the hard disk, but that wastes a lot of space as I only want the main feature and the English soundtrack. It see that the WIndows people use DVDShrink to quickly extract the main feature and write it to a .vob or .iso, claiming it takes about 10 minutes. I don't really own a Windows machine (I've only ever owned Macs, since the '80's) other than a 8 year old (perhaps) 800gHz pIII notebook garbage pile find. Is there a Mac solution that would do what I want, or should I see if I can run DVDShrink on that old Windows notebook?