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I currently use visualhub to convert all my avi movies to dvd. The is fine for single files around 700mb, it turns out as a 3.8gb iso image which I burn to dvd. If you have a better and more efficient technique please let me know.

The problem is that I want to burn 10 tv episodes to dvd and I dont want it to turn out 3.8gb. I want it to turn out higher for better quality and I will put it on a dl dvd.

Now the other thing I want to do is add a menu in the dvd so I can select which tv episode I want to watch.

Visualhub doesnt seem capable of performing this.
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Any help guys. I really need to find out how to do menus. When I have the iso image that is outputted by visualhub, is there any way to add chapters and a menu into it. Also need to know how to output it at dual layer.
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I'd recommend you take a look at Roxio's Toast. It can do exactly what you're looking for.

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Yea Ive have toast 9 and whenever I convert a movie and play it on my tv it crops the picture by half.

Its hard to explain, from the middle of the screen to the botton is all blacked out and the picture only shows on the top half.
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