Ok, this is a sync problem What I'm trying to do I have done before successfully. Convert SVCD to DVD. I know all about the steps, header tricks you don't need anymore thanks to DVD Lab, audio conversions, etc. I have SVCD2DVD and well.. everything you'd need. I'm using a Telecine Pal mpeg. I've read all about the sync problem you can run into after you have converted the audio stream to 48,000Hz. Naturally I assumed this was my problem when after compiling my project and watching it on PowerDVD it was terribly out of sync. Nope, I figured out that it was doing this even if I simply demultiplexed an mpeg2 file and immediatly multiplexed it right away. I extracted the MPG file using VCDGear with "Fix Mpeg Errors" flagged. I was demuxing the file with TMPGEnc Plus 2.5. I don't know what the problem could be now. It's done this on 3 movies in a row. That's 9 Mpeg streams. All out of sync. If burnt to CD-R they play perfectly. But just for my project I had completed that is 6 cd-r burns instead of my 1 DVD-R project. Uhg... I've done this before without any problems whatsoever. Any ideas?