Here's my issue, and quite a frustrating one at that -- ANY help would be tremendously appreciated. I have some OGM files I want to convert to DVD compliant MPEG 2 - I'd like to get at least five (5) 23 minute shows on DVD-R. These are OGM Xvid/DivX files with OGG audio. I used VirtualDubMod to demux/extract the audio, then used Roxio Sound Editor to save the resultant OGG audio as an mp3 file (because "Direct Stream Copy" does not recognize/interleave OGG when converting to AVI) - then used VirtualDubMod to "Add" my audio file back to the stream list as an mp3, and converted the OGM to AVI. The result is a really excellent quality AVI that's in perfect audio sync when played on any PC player. Now the problem: when using TMPGEnc to convert to a DVD compatible MPEG using this guide: http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/convert_avi_to_dvd.cfm -- the resultant MPEG file is a great looking one, but the audio is completely out of sync. I don't get it, when the file went "in" to be converted, it was in sync - should it not come "out" the same way?