I'm not sure where this belongs as it's part of two different things here, but anyway. Ok, I have a bunch of SVCD's here I want to burn on 1 DVD-R. Some are 4 cd-r! So... I read the guide on this site and did everything it said and downloaded spruceup to author the movies. What I wanted to do was be able to place 2 or so movies per DVD-R to save space. I tried loading the .m2v files in SpruceUp and it said something about it not being compliant. So I check doom9 and it says I have to change the mpg to trick the authoring software. I change it to dvd compliant NP. Loaded them in SpruceUp and created menu's etc. Everything worked how it should. Once done, I compiled the project into .vob files and repatched the video with DVDpatcher like doom9 said to do, then I tested the vobs with PowerDVD. The menu's worked perfectly! I started up the second movie and watched awhile, skipping around to test the sync, etc. It was fine. I Tried the second movie and it LOOKED fine for awhile, but then it started freezing. It would freeze for a few seconds and then start playing again about 4 seconds further into the movie. I thought maybe this was just a wierd glitch and no big deal but it does it every so often throughout the entire movie. I assumed I hadn't tested the original .mpg file I worked with and that it was just a bad encoding. Nope, I played the original encoding in PowerDVD and it didn't freeze at all. Apparently it glitched somewhere in the authoring proccess and I have no idea where, or why. Any ideas? I'm stumped.