I am trying to find a solution for a friend of mine who is heavily into home video. He has recently got a new digital camcorder and found that it wasn't as easy to do a lot of the things that he used to do on his old analogue camera regarding adding titles. What he ended up with was a Panasonic E55 and a Panasonic DVD player with a mixer. He copies the stuff from the camera onto the E55 (DVD-RAM) and edits it, then puts the disk in the player and then copies to DVD-R. If he had asked me I would have pointed him in the direction of a PC solution. He is annoyed that he can't add titles (like he used to with his old system) so I have been looking at various ways of doing this. I downloaded a trial of Womble and did a short test from a recording off the TV. I added some titles and saved the project then exported it as DVD-PAL ready to burn to disk. It took 23 minutes to do a 1 minute 26 second clip , not only that there were occasional artifacts or at least some glitches in the picture. What did I do wrong or does it really take this long to do it? I would appreciate any help. Andyfr.