Sorry about the attitude in my previous post. Iím a bit feed up with Mac sites who just regurgitate press releases in leu of reporting. I guess I long for the days of sites like the old MacWeek that did actual reporting. I meant nothing personal towards MacMinute. I'm fairly new to this site and I will not give up on it that easily.<br><br>As for the line ADS Technologies gave me about Macs not supporting MPEG2... Well lets just say what little hope I had for the company, quickly evaporated. I replied to their Email asking them to clarify what they meant. I explained that I have used DVD Studio Pro on my G4 as well as having watched numerous DVD titles on it. That fits my definition of support so Iím not sure what they are thinking. I have yet to get a reply from them. <br><br>While I have your attention. Does anyone have any suggestions for an affordable hardware MPEG2 encoder? I have been capturing video then using DVD Studio Pro and even iDVD for the MPEG2 encoding but I am very interested in moving to a hardware solution. Appleís purchase of Spruce Technologies makes me think they must be working on it but what is available now? I mean available for the Mac, of course.<br><br>P.S. MacMinute does get a couple points back for quickly updating their site with the information about USB Instant DVD not being Mac compatible.<br><br>