I have a ps mpg which has been transformed from the original DVB-C ts mpg by PVAstrumento. I did this by unchecking the choices on the Expert page of the settings, which means that whole GOP:s are not dropped. There were a number of video frames missing in the ts file, according to the PVAstrumento log, hoever ususally only one or two, and unevenly over the ts file. At the end of the ps file the audio lags begind quite a bit if the file is viewed with PowerDVD. To my understanding this is because the missing videorframes. To my understanding the audio, which is complete, starts to lag behind and the video, which lacks some frames runs "faster". However, if I view the ps file with WinDVD the audio is in synch!! A layman conclusion is, that the file contains (correct)timecodes that WinDVD is able to read and process, but PowerDVD doesn't. If I only would need to watch the file on a pc, everything would be ok since WinDVD works, but since I'm trying to get this movie on DVD to be played on a "normal" player, I have a problem. I've tried to author the file with TMPGenc Author and Ulead DVD Workshop, but both programs produce a dvd which is out of synch. I also tried to reencode with TMPGencillä, but the program gives the error message "Illegal MPG:stream". TMPGenc Author by the same company accepts the file, but produces the out of synch result. Has any one a clue about an authoring software which, as WinDVD evidently does, would find these timecodes and respect them instead of just gobbling the elementary stream frames as they are thrown at the authoring software? Should i try to demux and remux? The original ts file or the ps file? Using which program? If remuxing and demuxing, would the timecode survive this, or would I just get two files with different lenght, which would not match since the drops are unevenly spread? Shold I process the ps file with some patching program? Any suggestions or clues?