I have recently started burning DVDs on my Mac using iDVD. The first few were home videos, which I haven't watched much. I finally created a DVD of an old B&W movie (It Happens Every Spring) that hasn't made it to DVD yet. The movie was on a Beta tape and recorded off of cable. Since it was less than 90 minutes, I was able to get it on a single disc. When viewing the DVD, I noticed some motion artifacts. I switched out of AUTO mode and it seemed to be better in VIDEO. I'm assuming that, since I was copying off of video tape, that VIDEO is the correct setting, but I was wondering whether iDVD flags the discs properly so that the player can select the right mode when in AUTO. I should also point out that I've only recently upgraded to a progressive scan player (Toshiba), running component outputs into a 16x9 Toshiba RPTV. I was under the impression that progressive scan should reduce motion artifacts, but I'm new to this. Any iDVD users out there that can help me? I've done a bit of searching (both here and on some Mac forums) and haven't been able to find anything.