Sorry about this: you seem to get a lot of these threads. But I've had these problems for the last week or so and I've been combing for answers here and elsewhere, and the problems are just so persistent that I'm getting frustrated. I'm trying to get a few of my .avi's burned to VCD. So I encode each .avi into .mpg format using TMPGEnc. The .mpg format plays just fine in a variety of players: WinDVD, Windows Media Player, etc. There are no sync issues at all. But the moment I burn them (using WinDVD Creator), things go wrong. The audio and video begin in-sync, but progressively get worse the farther the movie goes, with the audio falling a least a second or two behind the video. I've tried disregarding my perfect .mpg file and "correcting" the sync issues by demuxing, resampling the audio in Goldwave, reconverting the .wav file back to .mp2 in TMPGEnc, and multiplexing it back together, but when I burn it, things end up worse than before, only on the other side with the audio preceding the video, as though there hadn't been any sync issues at all before I resampled the audio. I've tried following a handful of different guides to burning VCDs on here and on doom9, but whatever I do the audio is persistently out of sync once I burn the .mpg to the disc. I've also used GSpot to verify that I have the proper codecs installed, which I do. When I burn the .avi directly to disc through WinDVD Creator, there are no sync issues at all. That leads me to think that the problem is in the encoding process, despite the fact that my .mpgs play just fine on my computer before the burning process. I would just convert all my .avis directly to VCD. But because there are subtitles on the .avi, the overscan on my TV cuts them off almost entirely. Which is why I like using TMPGEnc, because it is relatively easy to correct for overscan in the encoding process. If only I could get the audio to work.... I'm pretty much a complete newbie to this, so feel free to point out any stupid mistakes I've made. Or, if there is a simple way to resize my .avi to correct for overscan, I'll take that too.