Hello - I'm a near-complete newbie at digital video editing; took a course in Premiere at the local trade school about 8 years ago, and promptly forgot pretty much everything. So I beg pardon up front for my ignorance and any silly questions that may result. Here's my thing: I'm trying to help a friend dub about 60+ hours of video tape onto DVD, and from there get it into a format so that it's editable in Apple's iMovie. From there we want to get it into a format that will ideally work for either posting to YouTube or to burn to DVDs. From the aimless poking around I've done on line, I get the feeling that MP4 is the best end format for our end purpose, but I'm not even sure of that. I do know that the file type we're starting with (after the dubbing from VHS) is .vob, and I've had no luck getting iMovie to mess with that. So, if anybody has any suggestions on file types or software (been mucking around with AVCWare Video Converter Standard and Streamclip), or any advice of a step-by-step nature, it would be a truly major help. Thanks!