Hi..I'm new to the forum, so forgive me if I sent this thread to the wrong place. I am using VDubMod 188.8.131.52 to encode an MPEG-1 (VCD) file into DivX 5.2.1 .avi. When I open the source file, VDubMod opens a window saying: [bold][!] MPEG: Anachronistic or discontinuous timestamp found in audio stream 0 at byte position 16273721, from 8403355 to 11959693. This may indicate an improper join. [/bold] This is one of the error messages. The window shows 10 other similar messages in both audio and video streams. When I start the encoding, it runs until it reaches a certain point and the program aborts giving me the message: [bold]Error encoding audio frame 3707 (1:36) : Incomplete frame [/bold] I found an option called 'Error Mode..' under the Streams menu. I chose 'Ignore errors and continue decoding at the next keyframe'. I restarted the encoding, and it continued 'successfully', apart from the log window that says: [bold][!] MPEGAudio: Concealing decoding error on frame 3707: incomplete frame. [!] MPEGAudio: Concealing decoding error on frame 3708: incomplete frame. [/bold] But when I tried to play the output file: it runs well until it reaches the frame with the error where there are some clicks and then the audio continues but it becomes desynchronized from the video. [bold]My question is[/bold]: is there a workaround to avoid these errors in the source file? I don't mind having the clicks in the output file, but the desynchronization between the video and the audio tracks is really bothering me. It would be so kind of you if you link me to a good guide to VDub and VDubMod, as I'm new to the video editing/encoding world. Thanks a lot for your time.