Hello, I'm trying desperately to convert some MPEG2 videos into divx format (to distribute them via the web), but I get always an audio/video desynchronization with VirtualDub... I know, I hate to ask what looks like a question already asked a thousand times, but in many posts I did not manage to find a solution that satisfied me. Please read below! * Input video: MPEG2 (from a sat-TV capture card) * Output video: Divx (no matter what version) * Tools: Multidec -> PVACut -> PVA2MPG2 -> VirtualDub-MPEG2 (release of may 25th) I found in VirtualDub-MPEG2 an excellent tool that suited my needs (offers much control and remains simple). The only drawback I see is this audio/video desync. I think this problem comes from Virtual Dub, because the MPEG2 original file plays perfectly (in PowerDVD for example), and so does the ouput file in AVI/divx format when encoded using Vidomi. But Vidomi doesn't have filters etc... There are solutions to resynchronize the audio with the video : - the audio skew correction option in VD : in some tutorials, the value to put in the 'delay' field is like a "magic" value for me; personally I find this is not an easy task! :-/ - the tool 'SimpleSynchronizer' (by SuperTrax) helps but is maybe too simple... in some videos, it's no use previewing since there is no navigation, and there are only one place or two in the middle, where you can see the lips moving and detect audio desync... Furthermore, some videos I resynched in an "almost acceptable" way for me, appeared to be more out of sync than I thought when viewed by others, with other hardware configurations. Isn't there a means, instead of *re-synching* audio and video (visually) afterwards, of *not losing* sync during the encoding process with VirtualDub ? And thus achieving a perfect synchronization fo *all* users, whatever their harware may be ? Thanks in advance, Robin.