I’m trying DVDFlick first, as recommended…I just finished the conversion of 3 avi files to burn to a single layer DVD. Don’t know if I’ll make a habit of this whole AVI conversion thing, as it is very CPU intensive as others have mentioned and took over 3 hours. Also, I noticed that beforehand only 2 of the 3 “AVI” files would play on some of my media players. Although all the general properties said the files were exactly the same (AVI, MPEG 3, etc.). I’ll put a couple screen shots here of one of the “good” AVIs vs. one of the “bad” ones. In addition, the “bad” AVI file also seems to have given DVDFlick a bit of trouble with creating it’s own unique chapter (or title?). I also put a screen shot of that here with all the VTS files listed (the bad AVI file is apparently begins with the name VTS_03_0.BUP). But as opposed to when I played all the AVI files, now when I play the files in the VTS folder the all play fine, except for how that 3rd converted AVI file has something confusing going on with its chapter or title–I can’t skip to it, like the previous two, but I have to wait for the second main VTS file to play out. Maybe I should have tried the Beta version of DVDFlick, but the potential bugs scared me away from that. (Interesting bit: I was curious I tried to preview the VTS files with CloneDVD2, but nothing but an error message popping up on the 2nd page.) Anyway, I’ll give it a shot now with IMGburn and see how these files turn out.