I'm a newbie trying to put a DivX movie onto a DVD. I followed the procedure in the guide "How to Convert DivX to DVDR with DVD2SVCD (D2SRoBa Method)". The video was fine, but the audio came out very fast. The audio extracted from the DivX file was fine. (Extracted_audio_1.mpa, an mp3 file, 2-channel, 44100 Hz, 96 kb/s) Then Madplay was invoked and produced a wav file, but the wave file has only one channel. (Encoded_audio_1.mp2.wav, PCM, 44100 Hz, 16 bits, 1 channel). Here is the entry from the dvd2svcd log file: Converting MP2 to WAV. Filename: E:\Movies\Extracted_audio_1.mpa Executing MADPlay (mp2 to wav). Commandline: "C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\MADPlay\madplay.exe" --quiet --output=wave:"E:\Movies\Encoded_audio_1.mpa.wav" "E:\Movies\Extracted_audio_1.mpa" Conversion (mp2 to wav) of E:\Movies\Extracted_audio_1.mpa finished. I am concerned that DVD2SVCD seems to think that the souce file is MP2, and that the output is only 1 channel. The Madplay log says this: output: no channel selected for dual channel; using first error: frame 122791: lost synchronization output: stereo output not available; using first channel (use -m to mix) Finally, DVD2SVCD invokes BeSweet to create an MP2 file: "C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\BeSweet\BeSweet.exe" -core( -input "E:\Movies\Encoded_audio_1.mpa.wav" -output "E:\Movies\Encoded_audio_1.mpa" -payload -logfile "E:\Movies\Encoded_audio_1.log" ) Audio conversion of E:\Movies\Extracted_audio_1.mpa finished. Thi MP2 file, plays at what seems to be 2X speed. I expect that it has something to do with the loss of one channel at the Madplay stage. QUESTIONS: What's causing Encoded_audio_1.mpa to have fast-playing audio? Is the problem with Madplay? Where (in DVD2SVCD) do I configure Madplay to tell it that the input file is MP3 and that I want 2-channel output?