I have a couple of mpeg1 files that I wish to re-encode into mpeg2 streams, for DVD authoring. I also wish to use CCE and not TMPGenc since CCE, as far as I know, is superior at mpeg2 encoding, while TMPGenc is superior for mpeg1 encoding. Also, CCE is way faster than TMPGenc, especially when frameserving with AviSynth, which is what I do. Here's the problem: For example I add an mpeg1 file into CCE via avs script, and this mpeg1 file has a duration of 10m46s, but CCE tells me that the video is 5m23s, exactly half the time of the true duration of the movie. I tried encoding anyways, but I end up with a 5m23s movie, which is bad! It does the same thing to all my other mpeg1 movies, CCE will only encode/detect half the video. Very odd... Here's my very basic avisynth script (tested it in Windows media player and has no errors obviously!): LoadPlugin("MPEGDecoder.dll") MPEGSource("movie.mpg") BicubicResize(588,480,0,0.5) AddBorders(66, 0, 66, 0) What I use: CCE SP retail v2.67.00.27 AviSynth v2.08 MPEGDecoder v2.03a by Nic Any ideas?