Okay, first off I would like to say *VERY GOOD WORK* on the whole, I am impressed with your eye to detail, and the great care you went to, to make it easy to use even for "noobies"
That being said, I have a few suggestions:
1. Include a link to www.doom9.org
so that people who have not ripped their vob's or are taking a movie from another source will be able to get to the point they need to be in order to use your guide.
2. Though most home unit DVD Players *WILL* play 99min CD-Rs, almost every PC DVD-ROM I've put a 99min CD-R into has utterly failed to read it, regardless of how much was burned on it. You may want to warn people about this
3. I totally disagree that you should burn at 4x. I would never consider burning slower then 12x unless the drive doesn't support a faster speed. Also, some drives can only achieve higher capacties using slower speeds, but with any somewhat recent drive that supports overburning at all, using 4x or even 8x will result in MUCH higher C1/C2 errors. If you don't believe me, burn 2 CD-Rs one at 4x and one at 16x (or 12x) and test them both (using K-Probe or CD Doctor). But here's the catch, test them at *FULL* speed. Testing at full speed will let you know how your discs will perform under regular conditions. Testing at 8x will let you know your chances of recovering the data from your disc.
ok, that last one wasn't really a suggestion...
But like I said, on the whole, a MARVELOUS effort!
Punch Cards -> Paper Tape -> Tape Drive -> 8" Floppy Diskette -> 5 1/4" Floppy Diskette -> 3 1/2" "Flippy" Diskette -> CD-R -> DVD±R -> BD-R
The Progression of Computer Media