I have a DVD I have spent way too long on trying to fix. The movie starts off perfectly then after about 10mins. the audio/video sync is off by about a second/two. its not a constant growing delay in the movie as you would fix with frame rate changing/editing.. I tried fixing it that way. However, the problem is the higher I change the frame rate to offset that 1-2second jump around the 14min. mark it offsets the audio in the first 10mins., So short version I guess the first 14 or so mins. of the movie the audio/video lip sync is correct then at about 14mins. it jumps off a second or two immediately and then it may have the tiniest exponential offset growing for the rest of the movie after that also. So, I was wondering it it is possible to cut the movie with VirtualDub right before that 1-2second exponential growth save that portion, then edit the second portion with virtualdub to offset that tiny growing delay and save the rest of the movie in a second file and rejoin them making it a full movie again.. Or would that just put me back in square one with it being the first 14mins. fine then a 1-2sec. immediate growth w/very small exponential seperation on lip-sync the rest of the movie? Is there a program to conjoin them together again after fixing? Or maybe an easier way as frame rate changing is not solving the problem? Thanks in advance!