I thought I'd post some results of my Pink Floyd 'Pulse' LD to DVD conversion. I've found this project to yield better results than my Star Wars conversions, mainly because the video signal is so much cleaner. Also, as the source material wasn't telecined, I didn't have IVTC during processing. This is 2hr 25min concert, so the bitrate for a single-DVD version had to be kept low. I managed to to do it at 100-3950-8200kbps VBR. Audio is 256kbps AC-3. This also inclues a single menu screen for track selection and the whole thing comes in at 4.36gb. A two-disc version, which I'm still working on, uses a video rate of 100-6000-8200kbps VBR, but with uncompressed PCM audio. Although I'm very happy with how the single disc conversion has come out, the two-discer does exhibit greater video quality (basically no visible pixelation that I can see) and the audio seems a little nicer too. I'm also doing slightly more elaborate menus. Here's a collection of screen shots. These are direct captures from PowerDVD with no processing or alterations: http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf01.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf02.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf03.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf04.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf05.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf06.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf07.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf08.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf09.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf10.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf11.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf12.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf13.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf14.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf15.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf16.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf17.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf18.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pf19.jpg http://www.robgillespie.dsl.pipex.com/images/pfmenu.jpg The last one is a grab from the track selection menu screen I created in DVDLab. The background image is a manipulated scan of the original Pulse CD cover (DVDLab has tons of effects you can apply to images). The font is Albertus Medium, the same used all over the Pulse CD and LD covers. When you navigate through the selection, the underline appears beneath each track title. It took a while to get the positioning and underlining sorted out (and of course the links and navigation), but I'm pleased with the results - and the concert looks and sounds terrific.