Hi everyone, had a look around the forums and the net, but this ones confussing the hell out of me. My best mate got married last year, and I offered to take all the DV cam footage from the wedding and build a little DVD for his family. I brought all the footage into Sony Vegas, and did the editing etc. I then use Canopus to convert to PAL MPG2 with 224kbs MPG2 Audio. I have done this a million time (well . . . baybee 100) and no problems. Drop the output into TMPG DVD Author and it encodes sweet. Burn it and it plays back even better. For this porject, I decided to go the whole 9 yards, and purchased DVD LAB Pro. I have created the project fine, DVD Lab brings in all the elements fine, and even compiles fine. I did demux my inputs to *.mpv and *.mpa - maybee that was wrong ? The resulting output plays 100% on my PC, but not on my standalone players. I have noticed that the Audio tracks on the compiled DVD are all LPCM 224k - when my inpt was MPG2 224K. Am I missing a setting in DVD Lab to leave the audio as MPG2 ? I have checked, and the audio should all be DVD complient. I loaded one of the Canopus outputs into TMPGENC DVD Authour and it created a simple DVD fine. I am pretty new to DVD LAB, and I have searched around for an answer, but it elludes me thus far. I havn't tried converting the *.mpa files that DVD Lab created when it inputted the canopus output yet, but I dont see why I would have to. Any and all help appreciated.