I am having an issue with video and audio tracks in DVD Studio Pro. Here's my situation: I am trying convert some old video tapes over to DVD with my video capture device (Miglia AlchemyTV Card). The capturing aspect is never a problem--I can capture into Motion JPEG (MJPEG) format or MPEG-4 and it looks great. I should mention that although compressed in MJPEG or MPEG-4, AlchemyTV saves the files as .mov. What I am trying to do is move some video around in these clips, so I am using Quicktime Pro to cut a particular scene from the movie and move it to another part... after editing the video in Quicktime, everything is as it should be... the video and the audio tracks stream together... it does what it should be doing. It's when I import into DVD Studio Pro that I start having problems. I will import my captured, edited movie in, and what happens when I preview is that the video track will show the edits I've made in Quicktime, but my audio track ends up being what it was *before* I edited in Quicktime. Thus, the audio and the video end up not being the same. I've also tried to edit my movie in a AlchemyTV plugin, which essentially performs the same function as Quicktime Pro, and again the same results. I've tested this in various compression formats. I got around this problem by making my edits through importing into iMovie, then exporting after my edits were made... this works, but the quality of my video suffered immensely when taking it through iMovie. It seems like this is an issue with either the way the movie itself is encoded/compressed or the way its put through DVD Studio Pro. I am totally stumped, as I am a kind of newb to DSP. Can anyone recommend how to resolve this issue? Thanks!