[quote=geno888;2073401]Welcome to the forum
To do this you need a DVD authoring software. There are many available in the market, some also free.
[U]Take a look here[/U] to find a list of softwares :)[/quote]
Before I do to much work, maybe I should have asked if there was a software package that would allow me to do both things, burn my recorded video to DVD and to cut parts from recorded DVD’s to use in creating new DVD’s? Also, while I’m asking, occasionally, I use my digital camera to record my son, times when I hadn’t planned to video and don’t have my camcorder, but the camera records in Quicktime. Is there anything you can suggest to be able to convert these files to DVD and to do the same thing I am wanting to with my other DVD’s, select parts of them, sometimes several months after they have been created, to use in another DVD? I realize it sounds a little crazy, but sometimes they work on a piece of music and may have one part of it in 1 lesson, and not work on it again for several lessons. I would like to be able to go back and pick up the selected parts, when he is working on a whole song, so he don’t have to keep changing DVD’s to practice. Other times they play a song in a different variation and he works on the song using several different styles. (He plays fiddle, and it is not easy to duplicate a song you only heard once.) Thanks again for all of your help!