Greetings, Using... CBD 188.8.131.52 ADVD-HD 184.108.40.206 This is my first TV show on BD, so was wanting to use the MKV part of CloneBD to write individual episodes to HDD. Disk 1 has 3 x epsiodes. Two of them (E1,E2) seem in sync (a quick watch) and E3 (45:30 length) is out of sync badly. The MKV file of E3 shows a length of 1 sec longer than the BD length of 45:30. The other two episodes showed the correct length (in win 10 explorer) Please Note: working on Disk 2 with 5 episodes, the resultant MKV files show TWO with 1 sec longer lengths then the BD - but they seem to be insync?? Not sure if this means anything?? I have ripped E3 using all of the audio modes (AC3, DTS, AAC etc), but the only one that seems to be insync is the one using the lossless format. This adds at least 2Gb to each file size, which is too much! I ripped using software decode only (HW encoding) and still out of sync. They only way I could get an insync E3 was to trim the front of the file with the trimmer (hence losing the first part of the epsiode) I have read a post about a small clip at the front, but there doesn't seem to be anything but the episode. I have had CBD more than a year. When I first got it and used it, I tried to convert my BD movies to MKV but they all were out of sync, so I used another tool for create MKV. Unfortunately, creating individual epsiodes using the method I've used with my movies is just far to time extensive. I need some help. 1 (log) is writing from BD to HDD using CBD and MKV format creating all 3 epsiodes in one instance. 2 (log) is writing from a HDD based BD folder of Disk 1 to CBD via MKV and only to E3. PS - Why can't I read the log??