To Karri & Steve, thank you for your help. I believe I need to explain where I'm comin from. In the past, I had a Desktop PC to which I conected an ADVC-100 converter through a Firewire connection. The ADVC-100 has S-Video, Composite, and Digital input/output lines. I was thus able to send a video signal into my PC from of any VCR, or DVR video source, and ended up with >avi video clips (30frames/second) that I could then edit - Frame by Frame - on my PC. I could cut frame sections out, duplicate them, reverse-flow them, speed them up or slow them down, etc. It was hard, tedious work, but the end product was worth it for me because I would enf up with exactly the video clip I wanted, frame by frame. A lot of those .avi clips still need to be perfected, and I cannot do this woth Roxio's Videowave. I can see from the examples you shared with me that Videowave will be just amazing, when I get my individual video clips finished and ready, but in the meantime, I cannot see how to use videowave to break appart a video clip frame by frame, so I can manipulate the content, frame by frame so it is just the way I'd want it to appear later, as a segment of an entire production.