I had a SVCD image (.BIN/.CUE) and I needed to tackle with its .MPG (i.e. converting NTSC->PAL, adding subtitles to the movie with Virtualdub, and so on). I used the subsection [bold](S)VCD Build/Rip[/bold] of the [bold]tools[/bold] menu of VCDEasy to disassemble my image, say VCD.bin. I obtained two files, named 'C:moviesavseq01.mpg' and 'C:moviesmy_name.xml'. When I tried to use TMPGenc to make a VCD or a SVCD (NTSC or PAL) the error message "C:moviesavseq01.mpg cannot open, or unsupported" and if open by VCDEasy ave the error "VCD1.1/VCD2.0 required MPEG1 files, not MPEG2 files". No error appeared if I choosed a SVCD 1.0 with VCDEasy. Then I used 'MPEG tools' of VCDEasy to "convert a MPEG file with Riff header (.DAT file) to 'true' MPEG file". I loaded the file of the 'mounted' image with Alcohol, located in a virtual drive, say E:, loading the file "E:MPEG2AVSEQ01.MPG", converting it using Cdxa2mpeg, to a file named "C:moviesvideo.mpg" and even in this case: - opening the file wth VCDEasy gave an error only if I choosed a VCD and not a SVCD. - the file video.mpg couldn't be opened by TMPGenc, giving the same error "File C:moviesvideo,mpg cannot open, or unsupported" as before. In both cases, tryng to open the file with Virtualdub gave me the error "MPEG Impor filter: pack synchronization error". What can I do? Thanks in advance.