This is sort of a shot in the dark, as I'll admit I don't normally check this section and am mostly computer-illiterate, but here goes: I've been archiving old videotapes (over 25 years old) onto my DVD recorder, but as the recorder has had a number of problems placing chapters as well as having a limit of how many you can put in (it will usually refuse to put any more than 50, even though you can have up to 99), I've been putting the DVD recordings onto the computer and using Ulead to place the chapters and make the final disc. The problem is, on some of these the audio goes out of sync after Ulead makes the disc- it will be fine on the disc that came straight from the DVD recorder, and when I check it on the Ulead program before saving it as a reauthored disc, but after it actually authors the disc that's where the problem will come up. Having checked further I've found that the points where the sound goes out of sync is when there's a dropout on the tape (again, these are very old tapes)- on my Philips recorder, if the dropout is bad enough it will simply not record that section and resume when the video signal is good again. Somehow, the Ulead program is cutting a few seconds of audio where this happens, so the sound will be at least a half-second ahead of the video after that point. If there are any more dropouts, by the end of the disc the sound will be even more out of sync. Again, I'm not too computer-literate but I'm trying to learn now that I've got one that can make DVDs. Stuff like this frustrates the hell out of me though. Is there any way to fix this problem? Is there a better DVD authoring program I should get instead?